09 September 2019

"Revolving door at DWP continues to turn" as Coffey replaces Rudd

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Helen Morrissey, Personal Finance Specialist

Helen Morrissey

Corporate PR Specialist – Long Term Savings


Commenting on the news that Therese Coffey is replacing Amber Rudd as secretary of state for work and pensions, Helen Morrissey, pension specialist at Royal London, said:

“This news shows the revolving door at the DWP continues to turn with yet another new secretary of state being appointed. There will be a lot of large projects in Therese Coffey’s in-tray, including the Pensions Dashboard and pension scams that are not progressing as quickly as they should. While she will need time to get to grips with her new brief we urge her to progress these as quickly as possible.”

About Royal London:

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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Helen Morrissey, Corporate PR Specialist – Long Term Savings