Parliamentary group launches to step up action on pension scams

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The new All-Party Parliamentary Group on Pension Scams has had its inaugural meeting in parliament.
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The new All-Party Parliamentary Group on Pension Scams has had its inaugural meeting in parliament.

The new All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Pension Scams has had its inaugural meeting in parliament to outline its priorities for boosting public awareness around scam risks.

The meeting yesterday (16 March) saw former pensions minister Baroness Ros Altmann and Conservative peer Baroness Patience Wheatcroft join with other taskforce supporters including MPs and members ...

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