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Robin Hood in Reverse (01/02/18)

The local government pension rules changed some years ago to introduce a 'career average' rather than a 'final salary' scheme which is much fairer, if you ask me. Because the old arrangements benefited the higher earners rather than the 'foot soldiers' who provide front-line council services 365 days of the year. In effect, low paid and often part-time workers were subsidising the retirement pensions much more highly paid senior council officials.
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