State pension shake-up gathers steam

Selby, Tom
February 2013
Money Marketing;2/7/2013, p24
The article reports on the move by British Pensions Minister Steve Webb to schedule a rapid timetable for the introduction of radical reforms to the state pension in Great Britain, with a bill anticipated to be filed by late 2013.


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