Ros accompanied Mr. Maurice Jones to the European Parliament Petitions Committee, in April 2005, to ask for their help in recovering the pension he lost when his company failed in 1997 and this is the briefing paper she prepared for his case.
Press Release announcing that the Pensions Action Group will challenge the Government both in the UK and European Courts.Â The Govenrment faces a Judicial Review of its rejection of the Parliamentary Ombudsman’s report and a challenge in the Petitions Committee of the European Parliament.
Ros’ comments on the European Parliament Petitions Committee case background, explaining why the UK Government’s description of pension protection is flawed.
Article published by Daily Mail explaining how the Government’s rejection of the Parliamentary Ombudsman report has betrayed the nation and undermined pensions confidence still further.
Case study examples of the devastating effect of losing a final salary pension, which had always been described as asafe’, aprotected by law’ and aguaranteed’.Â
Article published in the Commons aHouse Magazine’ explaining how, despite Government assurances to the contrary, final salary pensions were not properly protected by legislation and how the Government’s rejection of the Parliamentary Ombudsman report is unsustainable.
Professional Pensions piece published on 23rd March 2006, outlining Ros’ views of the Parliamentary Ombudsman report and Government’s rejection of it.Â Explains why this situation is worse than the Maxwell scandal.
Press Release announcing Ros’ reaction to the Parliamentary Ombudsman’s report and welcoming the findings and recommendations.
A timeline of the events since the 1990’s which led to the injustices suffered by the 85,000 or more victims of pension scheme wind-ups, showing clearly how Government must bear the responsibility.
Some of the important quotes which show clearly how the Government is guilty of misleading the public into believing their pensions would be safe in their employer’s final salary scheme and that Government should compensate for this maladministration.