Encouragement of Occupational Pensions
A vote to encourage occupational pensions is a vote to promote workplace pension schemes for example by making them tax efficient and easy for employers to run and for employees to understand.
John Pugh almost always voted for encouraging occupational pensions
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On 2 Mar 2004:
John Pugh voted no on Pensions Bill
On 8 Mar 2010:
John Pugh voted yes on Delegated Legislation — Pensions — Automatic Enrolment Regulations
On 28 Jun 2010:
John Pugh voted to make workplace pensions more attractive.
On 20 Jun 2011:
John Pugh voted to accelerate raising the state pension age to 66, amend the rules on enrollment to occupational pensions and to take a pension contribution from judges' pay.
On 18 Oct 2011:
John Pugh was absent for a vote on Pensions Bill — Third Reading
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