From the TUC

Government had “no plans” to change public service pension indexing

25 Jun 2010, by in Pensions & Investment, Public services

Andrew Morris of the Public Service Pensioners’ Council reveals in a letter to The Times that Philip Hammond, a pre-election Conservative shadow treasury minister write in a letter that the Conservatives had

“no plans to change the current index-linking of pensions in payment”

Just like VAT then.

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