public sector pensions

The Government will today be hit by the biggest strike over pay since it came to power when over a million public sector
Most members of the public back the right to strike and believe the government is unfairly targeting public sector workers
Children across England and Wales are waking up to disruption as teachers stage a one-day walkout in a ongoing row over pay
Pensioners could get a government estimate of when they might die in a move to help them better manage their savings, ministers
Thousands of Revenue and Customs workers will go on strike tomorrow in the latest phase of months of industrial action by
The next generation face being in their 50s before they have paid off their student loans and in their 60s before they are
The Government sparked a fresh clash with unions after pressing ahead with its controversial reforms of public sector pensions
The government has insisted that the pension deal offered to teachers is "as good as it gets" as thousands of teachers and
Teachers raised the prospect on Thursday of taking strike action over attempts to shorten holidays and lengthen the school
Public and civil servants could take strike action after Easter in the bitter dispute over pensions, a union has announced
Unions representing millions of workers including teachers, civil servants, council and NHS staff, will launch an appeal
The government faced continued resistance to its controversial public sector pension reforms when members of the biggest
The government's controversial reforms to public sector pensions may not save money in the long-term, according to a report
We work away our daylight hours with the hope of progressing, achieving and ultimately earning. We earn to provide for our futures and our children's futures. Retirement funds are not just mere savings accounts, they are idealogical in nature; we work hard now so that we can afford ourselves security in our old age, regardless of the fact that we may not live to enjoy it.
Two out of three doctors are prepared to strike over the government's planned changes to pensions, the British Medical Association
Leaders of the biggest civil service union today confirmed their rejection of the Government's final offer on public sector
The government's hopes of resolving the bitter dispute over public sector pensions received a fresh blow today when leaders
One of the UK's largest teaching unions has rejected the government's proposals for the reform of the teachers' pension scheme
I have been watching the debate on the future of public sector pensions with two hats on: the one of a self-made entrepreneur and the other as a member of the Greater Manchester Superannuation fund; a frozen relic of my time in Local Government.
Seven weeks ago, I reported to the House that in an effort to secure agreement, the Government was making a new offer to