Confusion as exit cap voted through

By Dan Peters | 01 October 2020

The public sector exit cap was last night voted through the House of Commons, sparking avoidable confusion.

MPs voted to approve the Treasury regulations despite warnings from the Association of Local Authority Chief Executives (ALACE) that a gap between their introduction and the implementation of Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government (MHCLG) changes to the pension scheme would result in a ‘financial and administrative no man’s land’.

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