Australian Government says UK Frozen Pension Policy costs Australian taxpayers $110 million a year

2021-10-21T23:37:54+11:00

You can buy an awful lot of hospital beds for $110 million a year. In her reply to Sen Eric Abetz, Sen Anne Ruston, Minister for Social Services, says that the estimated indicative cost to Australia of the UK policy of not indexing British Pensions is $110 million annually Sen Ruston's reply to Sen Abetz

Australian Government says UK Frozen Pension Policy costs Australian taxpayers $110 million a year2021-10-21T23:37:54+11:00

MP forwarded members Frozen Pension query to Australian High Commissioner to the UK

2021-10-15T18:47:16+11:00

A BPiA member asked her MP (Milton Dick) what action the Australian government was taking concerning "frozen" UK Pensions. It was nice to see that he forwarded the question to George Brandis (Australian High Commissioner to the UK), and to Marise Payne (Minister for Foreign Affairs) Milton Dick's letter to George Brandis, and Marise Payne Marise Payne's reply was, of course, the standard reply that it is long standing UK policy, which is regularly raised with the UK Government. Marise Payne's reply

MP forwarded members Frozen Pension query to Australian High Commissioner to the UK2021-10-15T18:47:16+11:00
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