Public sector fights back on pensions

Hilton, Anthony
September 2009
PRWeek (London);9/25/2009, p24
Trade Publication
The article discusses the plan of politicians from the three parties in Great Britain to reduce public spending. It mentions that the Trades Union Congress (TUC) asserted that private sector pensions were part of their contract of employment, and if cut, might result to social unrest. The selection of financial public relations (PR) firm Penrose by the London Pensions Fund Authority to handle its account is also discussed.


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