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Northern Ireland Assembly: Executive Committee Business: Public Service Pensions and Judicial Offices Bill: Legislative Consent Motion (31 Jan 2022)

Matthew O'Toole: ...the Minister and others have said, this dates back to public service pension reform that was undertaken in the first half of the last decade by the then Tory or coalition Government, following the Hutton report that was designed to reform the provisions of public service pensions. There was a subsequent court case around unfairness for a particular cohort that led to the McCloud judgement....

Public Service Pensions and Judicial Offices Bill [Lords] (5 Jan 2022)

John Martin McDonnell: ...in a number of papers, that they were being provided with a pension on which they were hardly able to survive. In 2011, following those discussions, the coalition Government commissioned the Hutton report, which led to the Public Service Pensions Act 2013. That Act provided the basis of the existing system, including the cost control mechanism that we are addressing in this Bill. The key...

Written Answers — Ministry of Justice: Prison Officers: Retirement (15 Dec 2021)

Victoria Atkins: ...to other scheme members. From 2015 the pension age in the Civil Service Pension Scheme was increased to reflect the State Penson Age of the member, after the recommendations made in the 2011 Hutton Report on the sustainability of public sector pensions. We highly value our hardworking prison staff and offer access to medical professionals and an employee assistance programme to ensure...

Prison Officers: Pension Age — [Sir Charles Walker in the Chair] (16 Nov 2021)

Mary Foy: ...and Low Newton Prison. Between them, they employ hard-working and dedicated staff and hold a range of prisoners, from low-level offenders to some of the most dangerous people in the country. The Hutton report recommended that police officers and firefighters should rightly be exempt from the rise in retirement age to 68. However, while those workers have a pension age of 60, prison...

Written Answers — Ministry of Justice: Prison Officers: Crimes of Violence (21 Oct 2020)

Gary Streeter: To ask the Secretary of State for Justice, what assessment he has made of the trends in the number of assaults on prison officers since the publication of the Hutton report on Public Service Pensions in 2011.

Parliamentary Constituencies Bill: New Clause 1 - Electorate per constituency (14 Jul 2020)

Andrew Bowie: ...and 2003, and completed in 2004. I was thinking about that earlier on, and I had a look at what was happening in 2004. What was in the news? Labour were seven years into a majority Government; the Hutton report was released; the European Union expanded, with 10 new countries joining; “Friends” aired for the final time—Rachel got off that plane; something called Facebook was launched...

Written Ministerial Statements — Treasury: Public Service Pensions (15 Jul 2019)

Elizabeth Truss: ...is committed to providing public service pensions that are fair for public sector workers and for taxpayers. This is why we brought forward reforms in 2015, based on the recommendations of the Hutton report, to ensure that these pensions are sustainable in the future. The courts have considered cases regarding the implementation of the 2015 reforms. On 27 June 2019 the Supreme Court denied...

Written Answers — Ministry of Justice: Prison Officers: Retirement (28 Mar 2017)

Sam Gyimah: Under the recommendations made in the 2011 Lord Hutton Report on public sector pensions, the normal pension age (retirement age) for Police Officers increased from 55 to 60, with the expectation of further reviews which may increase the age towards (or up to) the state pension age, which is currently set at between 66 and 68 depending on the individual’s date of birth. Those employed as...

Police Widows’ Pensions (15 Mar 2017)

Liz Saville-Roberts: The recommendation of the 2011 Hutton report—the report of the independent public service pensions commission—related to all armed services. Does the hon. Lady agree that it is a matter of implementing equality across generations, in all the armed services, as the report recommended?

Written Answers — Home Office: Pathology (10 Nov 2016)

Brandon Lewis: ...to allow video links in court is for the Judge on application from the CPS on a case-by-case basis. The Home Office has made both the police service and the CPS aware of this recommendation in the Hutton Report and ensured that the use of such technology is discussed as part of Senior Investigation Officer training.

BBC Investment (East and West Midlands) (23 Jun 2015)

Julian Knight: ...got into the situation that we are in, with a bipolar organisation between London and Manchester—a carve-up, perhaps. The last time the charter came in, after the sad demise of Dr David Kelly, the Hutton report and all those things were going on, as well as the falling out between the Government and the BBC. The then director-general, Mark Thompson, decided to have what I call a “Jim...

Business of the House: School Funding (13 Mar 2014)

David Laws: ...cash terms. We understand, however, that schools, like all public sector organisations, face cost pressures from pay, energy price inflation and the necessary implementation of the proposals of the Hutton report on paying for high-quality public sector pensions. The changes will ensure that the least well-funded schools can now not just deal with such pressures but spend extra money to...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Executive Committee Business: Clause 10 (Pension age) (27 Jan 2014)

Peter Weir: I am glad that the Member asked that.  Perhaps it shows his level of ignorance of the general thrust of the Hutton recommendations.  There were specific recommendations in the Hutton report on the police and, to some extent, firefighters.  They were singled out, which was not the case for prison officers or anyone else, be it paramedics, ambulance drivers or whatever.  That was a clear...

Planning Permission (Financial Penalties): Defence Fire and Rescue Service and Ministry of Defence Police Capability Review (24 Apr 2013)

Alan Reid: ...in their 60s, as well as the cost to the taxpayer. The Government inherited this anomaly and it was missed by Lord Hutton in preparing his report. The Government have been faithful to the Hutton report in the Bill. I am pleased that they have listened to the concerns of defence police and firefighters, and have agreed to table this amendment. After Monday’s debate, defence police and...

Public Service Pensions Bill: Schedule 1 — Persons in public service: definitions (22 Apr 2013)

Eilidh Whiteford: ...police and firefighters. Lord Hutton’s conclusion in recommendation 14 of his report was by no means arbitrary. In recommending a normal pension age of 60 for uniformed services personnel, the Hutton report drew on a wide evidence base. It recognised that the nature of the job places intense physical demands on officers and requires them to maintain levels of health and fitness that are...

Public Service Pensions Bill — Report (Continued) (12 Feb 2013)

Lord Eatwell: ...Is it the forerunner of some legislation? If so, when will that legislative proposition appear? Would it not be comfortable, given the structure of this Bill, to include Amendment 20, taken from the Hutton report, to achieve the goal he declares to be the Government's goal, as set out in that DWP document? I entirely understand the commitment to having a standardised, clear, comprehensible...

Public Service Pensions Bill: Committee (2nd Day) (15 Jan 2013)

Lord Newby: ...mean that the pension ages for these groups would be set out in secondary legislation. I have just explained why I do not agree with the spirit of the amendment. The link was a key feature of the Hutton report and was a cornerstone of the constructive discussions we held with unions and member representatives over the course of 18 months. The outcome of those discussions was the proposed...

Public Service Pensions Bill — Committee (1st Day) (Continued) (9 Jan 2013)

Lord Whitty: ...the non-stipulation of a two-tier board scheme, but it does not deal with all of them. I am also somewhat mystified by the fact that the amendment refers to an "advisory board". What we and the Hutton report are looking for is a governance board, and to call it an advisory board immediately dilutes its potential role. I could not find a lot wrong with the wording of the proposed new clause...

Human Rights Act 1998 (Repeal): Schedule 11 — Prime Minister, Lord Chancellor and Commons Speaker (4 Dec 2012)

Chris Leslie: ...: they have imposed, without negotiation, a steep 3% rise in contributions and a permanent switch in the indexation of future pension income from RPI to CPI. Announcing those changes before the Hutton report on pensions was even published was unfair and needlessly provocative. Those changes are not in the Bill, however, so we did not have a chance to address them in amendments and in...

Human Rights Act 1998 (Repeal): Clause 9 — Pension age (4 Dec 2012)

Nick Gibb: ...Hutton is trying to address. Spending 45% of one’s life in retirement is simply not sustainable for any pension scheme—even one backed up by the vast coffers of the state sector. Page 9 of the Hutton report states: “The main risks within defined benefit schemes are: investment; inflation; salary”— because salaries can be put up without actuaries being aware of the rises— “and...


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