Treasury confirms discriminatory rules to be fixed after Supreme Court ruling

Across all public sector schemes

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The government has confirmed the Supreme Court ruling that changes made to the firefighters' and judges' pension schemes in 2015 were discriminatory will now apply to all public sector schemes.

The 2015 changes - which saw younger workers moved to less generous schemes while the oldest workers were able to continue accruing benefits in the more generous schemes as "transitional protection...

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