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Darling set to deliver pensions green paper

Social Security Secretary Alistair Darling will deliver his green paper on pensions to the Commons on December 15.


The paper is expected to offer those earning less than £9,000 a guaranteed minimum pension.


It is also believed to contain information about a scheme to offer middle income earners a 4 per cent top-up option on Serps and new ideas for occupational pension schemes.


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