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Treasury Committee misselling report imminent

The Treasury Select Committee is due to meet this Thursday to discuss a final draft of its report into the pensions review.


The draft, as it currently stands, is believed to take on board at least some of the arguments put to the Committee by the embattled IFA Association in June.


Liberal Democrat MP and committee member Vincent Cable says he wants to make sure IFAs are not made scapegoats.

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