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Public Bill Committee: Public Service Pensions Bill: Clause 15 - Regulatory oversight (13 Nov 2012)

Chris Leslie: ...of an independent review could make sharing administrative services or contracts more possible. That is the logic behind new clause 3, which springs from the recommendations and conclusions of the Hutton report. It would help to strengthen the Bill and clause 15 by moving in harmony with the provisions that the Minister has already set out. We do not massively disagree with clause 15, but...

Public Bill Committee: Public Service Pensions Bill: Clause 13 - Information (8 Nov 2012)

Chris Leslie: be accurate and independent analysis of the long-term impact of public service pension schemes on public finances. That is not something that we have plucked from thin air. Paragraph 6.58 of the Hutton report states, in emboldened font: “When assessing the long term sustainability of the public finances, the Office for Budget Responsibility should provide a regular published analysis...

Public Bill Committee: Public Service Pensions Bill: Clause 5 - Pension board (8 Nov 2012)

Chris Leslie: ...point. It is true that the typesetting of the report has a lot of greyscale boxes that have the word “recommendation” on them, but there is a lot of text surrounding them. At paragraph 6.15, the Hutton report states: “It is also very important that as well as the ‘lay persons’ there are also independent members”. It is perfectly true that that does not find its way into the...

Public Bill Committee: Public Service Pensions Bill: Examination of Witnesses (6 Nov 2012)

...founder of the Intergenerational Foundation, a non-party political charity think-tank, which is pursuing the interests of younger and future generations through research. Obviously, we have read the Hutton report, the Bill and the report of last week’s debate.

Business of the House: Public Service Pensions Bill (29 Oct 2012)

Chris Leslie: ...people to plan ahead with their pension provision, and the Government should be able to offer a concession to ensure that such planning is possible. Once upon a time, the Government talked about the Hutton report as something to welcome and take forward, but they have ignored Lord Hutton’s recommendation that the link between the state pension age and the age at which members of public...

Written Answers — Education: Teachers: Pensions (4 Jul 2012)

Nick Gibb: The proposed changes to the Teachers' Pension Scheme have been designed to remain within the cost parameters set out by Her Majesty's Treasury following recommendations contained in the Hutton report. At this point the Department is working to agree the detail of the scheme design, which will be implemented in 2015. Once the scheme design is finalised a valuation will be competed and this...

Public Sector Pensions (19 Jun 2012)

Chloe Smith: ...note of what he has outlined today, and for which I respect his argument. To respond to the debate and to offer the Government’s view on funded pension schemes, we support the conclusions of the Hutton report, as my hon. Friend knows. I think that he will therefore understand why I acknowledge the report’s concerns about funded schemes. I think that he will also appreciate why I want...

Defamation Bill (12 Jun 2012)

Peter Bottomley: the parties at an early stage, even before the case gets to court, that where the person who has published has used a word with a hard meaning and a soft meaning—for example, in the case of the Hutton report, “sexed up”—they have an opportunity to say, “I actually meant the soft meaning, not the hard meaning,” and thereby have the whole case disposed of, rather than having...

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Civil Servants: Pensions (1 May 2012)

Laurence Robertson: To ask the Minister for the Cabinet Office with reference to recommendation 10 of the Hutton Report, whether he plans to remove abatement from Civil Service pensions; and if he will make a statement.

Written Answers — House of Lords: Pensions (1 May 2012)

Baroness Wilcox: ...same within the RMPP after 1 April as before that date, namely 17.1% from the main employer (Royal Mail Group) and 6% from employees. The proposed public sector pension scheme changes following the Hutton report will not affect benefits in the RMSPS. As the RMSPS is a public sector pension scheme, its liabilities will be included in the whole of government accounts.

BBC Governance and Regulation: Communications Committee Report: Motion to Take Note (1 Mar 2012)

Lord Patten of Barnes: other thing we have done. The issue of executive as well as talent pay was pretty toxic in the BBC. We have dealt with that pretty rapidly by implementing one of the central findings of the Hutton report and putting a cap on senior executive pay in relation to median earnings. I hope that what we have done other public bodies will do as well. I have every intention of reducing the cap...

Bill Presented — Private Pensions (Charges, Disclosure and Accountability) Bill: Backbench Business — [Un-allotted Day] — CPI/RPI Pensions Uprating (1 Mar 2012)

Richard Graham: ...if he has had a chance to study it, or reply at a later stage. To return to the question, “Why the change?”, I have touched on the growing cost of public sector pensions, as laid out in the Hutton report, on the move from RPI to CPI as a better measure of inflation under the previous Government and on the recent ONS analysis of the differences between the two indices, but there is a...

Business of the House (19 Jan 2012)

George Young: ...made clear his views about the valuable work that is done by nurses, doctors, midwives and others in the NHS. We are disappointed at the response to our proposals on pensions, which are based on the Hutton report. My right hon. Friend addressed the House on health at some length on Monday. Of course, he will also be available for Health questions. I reject the assertion, which we have...

Scottish Parliament: Spending Review 2011 and Draft Budget 2012-13 (22 Dec 2011)

Chic Brodie: ...defined plays a particularly key role in employment and security of employment in the current economic circumstances. However, I ask that, when the Finance Committee meets in January to discuss the Hutton report, it pays particular attention to chapter 4, which requires that we address the contractual position and earnings of the high-salary and bonus earners in the public sector. If, once...

Opposition Day: [Un-allotted Half Day] — Public Sector Pensions (8 Dec 2011)

Eilidh Whiteford: ...pensions. We owe a debt to the hon. Member for North Ayrshire and Arran (Katy Clark) for pointing out the detrimental state of private sector pensions. When the Government responded to the interim Hutton report, my understanding was that they accepted its conclusion that pensions should not become a race to the bottom. However, speaker after speaker on the Government Benches has resorted...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Private Members’ Business: Public Sector Pensions (5 Dec 2011)

Peter Weir: ...the Government and the unions across the UK to try to reach an equitable solution. Let us remember that the cases for welfare reform and pension reform are inescapable. This is largely based on the Hutton report. John Hutton, to be fair to him, is not a prototype Conservative; he has not even been a member of the Ulster Unionist Party at any stage. He is actually a former Labour Cabinet...

Scottish Parliament: Public Sector Pensions (30 Nov 2011)

John Swinney: ...surplus in 2009-10 with the amount of contributions higher than the amount of payments. The existing cap-and-share arrangements, which were put in place and agreed with trade unions long before the Hutton report was commissioned, would have contributed at least the first year of the increased contributions that were demanded by the UK Government. So there is no case for short-term...

Scottish Parliament: Public Sector (17 Nov 2011)

Chic Brodie: to bring forward and accelerate the timescale for meeting the above objective. Of course, as Mary Scanlon said, we need to discuss and debate pension changes, but we must do so over time. The Hutton report certainly provides a basis for those discussions. I believe that a strike will achieve little. However, it is not “deeply irresponsible”; it might be understandable and it is...

Parliamentary Contributory Pension Fund (17 Oct 2011)

Angela Smith: ...that the principle of parity with public sector workers is of the utmost importance, but it must be understood that we may not entirely support the Government’s approach to implementation of the Hutton report. We believe that some of the statements made in the Hutton report are absolutely right, but we do not necessarily support everything the Government are doing to implement it. That...

Special Needs Education (6 Sep 2011)

Sarah Teather: ...that it is forced to take a child. It is a similar attempt to protect things for families. In the last minute available to me, I want to respond to the points that my hon. Friend made about the Hutton report. We are, of course, looking at this issue as we consider how to deal with the detail of the recommendations made by the Hutton commission. There will be some issues to balance about...

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