Unions win pension agreement

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Public sector unions in the UK have won an important concession from the government over the protection of pension rights. Existing members of public sector pension schemes will retain their right to retire at 60 on a full pension but all new employees will face a pension age of 65. The agreement covers all the main schemes apart from local government where negotiations continue.
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