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Timms to speak at pensions conference this Wednesday

Pensions minister Stephen Timms will speak at the &#39New Welfare Partnerships&#39 conference in London on Wednesday this week.


The conference, sponsored by Legal & General, is part of the Debate of the Age, which aims to foster debate between politicians, trade unionists, industrialists and pension experts.


L&G group chief executive David Prosser will also chair a debate looking at how public private partnerships can contribute to welfare reform.

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