Press Release explaining that the Government has been found guilty of maladministration and that the High Court says ano reasonable Secretary of State could rationally disagree’ with the Ombudsman that the public was badly misled by official pension aguides’.
Press Release giving Ros’ view on the Statement of Investment Principles announced by the Pension Protection Fund Board
Press Release announcing that the Government has been summoned to appear before a High Court judge immediately to explain their failure to comply with the court timetable for the Judicial Review case.Â The DWP has effectively disqualified itself from the case and has had to seek permission to remain able to participate!
Announcement of aStripped of our Pensions’ demonstration at Manchester Labour party conference and asking how we can expect Gordon Brown to be trusted to introduce a new constitution, when he has not upheld our old one.
Press Release announcing that there will be a demonstration on 7th February – to coincide with the Judicial Review hearings. MPs will join their constituents on Parliament Green to show the Government their support for the victims and to demand compensation be paid.
Press release issued after release of the Public Administration Select Committee report, which is strongly critical of Government and calls for urgent compensation to be paid, including to those whose employers are still solvent.
Press Release giving Ros’ reaction to the PPF levy announcement which seems prudent and responsible.
Press Release highlighting the Government’s shameful attempts to frighten pension wind-up victims into dropping the Judicial Review and also trying to exclude tens of thousands of people from any successful outcome of the European court case.
Press Release expressing disappointment at the Government’s rejection of the recommendations of the Parliamentary Public Admninstraton Select Committee (PASC) report.
Press Release announcing that the Judicial Review hearing will take place in the High Court on 7th February 2007 and that the hearing has been expedited due to the suffering of the victims who have lost their pensions.