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Djuna Thurley
Pension Policy Specialist at the House of Commons; tweeting on pensions and related issues
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Hannah White Nov 2
People working in the Commons and Lords can nominate colleagues for these awards... who has done something brilliant who needs to be recognised?
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Barry Snelgrove Oct 16
FDA looked after me when I unexpectedly needed it. FDA also gave me so many opportunities as an activist to help others. Join the family of FDA...there has never been a better time to join a union!
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Daniel Ferguson Oct 16
New paper from me and on the public sector exit payment cap. Regulations were made on Wednesday and come into force on 4 Nov. Paper provides an overview of the new rules and looks at stakeholder concerns about the impact on low paid workers:
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Dr Alexandra Meakin Oct 8
Brilliant update on where things currently stand with Restoration and Renewal of the Palace of Westminster from Richard Kelly
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Daniel Ferguson Aug 28
Re-sharing my Insight on returning to the workplace: Decision is for employers. Health and safety and public transport capacity are major constraints. And the protection from unfair dismissal applies just as much to people working from home...
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Djuna Thurley Jul 14
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Djuna Thurley Jul 3
what does 'where arrears are payable' imply about arrears if a claim is required? Limited to 12 months?
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Djuna Thurley May 5
New briefing paper looking DB pension transfer advice and the ongoing efforts to improve it:
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Amy Leversidge Apr 17
As an end point - it’s great to see the Commission thank the hardworking staff in the , broadcasting and the House Authorities for working round there clock to put this in place so quickly.
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Amy Leversidge Feb 5
on this evening explaining that the still has not implemented a fully independent complaints system as they promised to do over 15 months ago after Dame Laura Cox’s inquiry.
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Djuna Thurley 22 May 19
Replying to @Baznick56
Thanks for your kind message. Congats to you as well!
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Djuna Thurley 20 May 19
Replying to @LucindaMaer
Well done Lucinda!
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Djuna Thurley 15 May 19
Congratulations Amy!!! So happy for you!!! He is beautiful!!
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Djuna Thurley 25 Mar 19
Library briefing paper looks at why and when these pension tax changes came about
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Djuna Thurley 9 Nov 18
Another interesting contribution to the debate on the gender gap - see also insight from earlier this week
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Djuna Thurley 6 Nov 18
On the day women's pension age reaches 65, on continuing inequality in pension outcomes
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Djuna Thurley 24 Oct 18
My understanding is that the NHS is the only one where there is so far a commitment for funding for the additional unanticipated costs beyond 2019-20 - see briefing -
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Djuna Thurley 21 Feb 18
New briefing paper on the Universities Superannuation Scheme:
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Djuna Thurley 22 Jan 18
2nd Reading of Financial Guidance and Claims Bill this afternoon briefing paper:
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Djuna Thurley 18 Apr 17
MPs to debate frozen overseas Thursday briefing
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