Article published in Public Service Review: Finance, Summer 2004, arguing the case for compensation for those who have suffered the injustice of losing their company pension on scheme wind-up.
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.
Presentation handout given to MPs at a meeting of backbenchers to discuss the Government’s rejection of the Parliamentary Ombudsman report and explaining why this rejection is wrong.
Presentation given to a group of backbench MPs explaining the background to the pension losses on scheme wind-ups and the flaws in the Government’s rejection of the Ombudsman’s report.
Ros explains that the Government has rejected the recommendations of the PASC report and rejects the reasons given.
Press Release announcing the launch of a Judicial Review against the Government claiming its rejection of the Parliamentary Ombudsman’s report is both illegal and irrational.
Speech given by Ros at a press meeting after aStripped of our Pensions’ demonstration for the 4th year running at Manchester Labour Party Conference, calling on Gordon Brown to show he has decent values and sort this issue out properly.
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’.
Note explaining why the announced aextension’ of the Financial Assistance Scheme is little more than a public relations exercise, designed to buy backbench silence, rather than helping those who have lost their pensions.
Speech given by Ros at meeting held in House of Commons ahead of release of Parliamentary Ombudsman’s report, calling on Gordon Brown to agree to compensate and rectify the broken promises made to at least 85,000 citizens who have been robbed of their pensions.