24 May 2019

"Use Parliamentary limbo period to table Pensions Bill"

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Steve Webb - Director of Policy

Steve Webb

Director of Policy, Royal London

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Commenting on the announcement of the resignation of the Prime Minister, Steve Webb, Director of Policy at Royal London said:

“There have been no votes in the Commons for over a month and there is now a risk of limbo until the Autumn.  This would be a golden opportunity for MPs to consider a Pensions Bill which has support around the House of Commons.  Measures such as implementing a pensions dashboard, improving automatic enrolment and enabling new forms of Collective pension schemes are not politically contentious.  If MPs can agree on nothing else, making progress on pensions would be a good use of their time”.

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Steve Webb, Director of Policy, Royal London

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Royal London is the largest mutual life, pensions and investment company in the UK, with funds under management of £130 billion, 8.8 million policies in force and 4,046 employees. Figures quoted are as at June 2019.

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