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USSbriefs Jun 18
🚨🚨🚨 UPDATE on latest USS scandal: after The Pensions Regulator corrected USS's false claims about its views on risk, USS didn't just cover it up. They repeated the claims in public! 😮😮😮 Trust in and has collapsed. Watch our video 👇👇👇
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Jo Grady Jun 18
Watch this ALL THE WAY TO THE END AND PREPARE TO GO 😮😮😮 BIG questions need answering.
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Josephine Cumbo Jun 16
Today programme will be covering this story from 0700 tomorrow.
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Jo McNeill Jun 20
Thanks to all who turned up at our last minute demo outside HQ today!
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John Ralfe Jun 21
If , as you claim, the risk to is "tiny" why are you cross about them choosing to withdraw from ?
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Jason Scott-Warren 18h
Open letter re boycotting of Trinity College Cambridge over its decision to exit pension scheme gets its 500th signature.
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John Ralfe Jun 19
Replying to @MikeOtsuka @ForPension
As trustee duties are very loosely defined in law it is highly unlikely Prof Eastwood has breached these duties. This is a red herring
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Josephine Cumbo Jun 17
Today I have been speaking to members of the following this weekend story Lack of trust in the scheme’s managers, university employers and regulator was a common complaint.
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John Ralfe Jun 22
Perhaps you could expand on this thought?
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Open USS Pension Panel Jun 21
Replying to @OpenUPP2018
🤔Column by Bill Galvin
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UoL UCU Official Jun 19
The trustees meet at the Liver Building tomorrow morning at 10am. We encourage members who are able to attend to come down and let it be known that pension robbery will not stand.
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John Ralfe Jun 22
DB can continue as long as employers and employees are prepared to pay the annual cost of new pension promises. And employers still have to write cheques to plug the deficit
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John Ralfe Jun 19
Where is the "pension robbery "?
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John Ralfe Jun 18
This is a complete storm on a teacup
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Michael Otsuka Jun 21
Catherine Barnard, the Senior Tutor of who defended the decision to withdraw from 👇 & maintained that academics had "difficulty understanding" the situation, has just come to Mark Field's defence on Any Questions.
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Bob MacCallum #FreeNazanin Jun 20
Replying to @USSbriefs
Given that universities are going to be around for another 150 years, and that a simple buy shares, hold and reinvest dividends strategy has returned CPI + ca. 4-5% in the long term, and CPI+2-3% is all that's needed to provide 's current benefits at current contribution 1/2
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Felicity Callard Jun 15
Who is writing these press statements for ? Still flabbergasted by the bravado of this one. How many members of university SMTs are by this point profoundly disturbed that they’re being represented via statements such as these from the “voice of universities”?
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USSbriefs Jun 15
‘A group of more than 1,000 UK academics said an inquiry “is urgently needed” into the £60 billion ($76.2bn) after one of its own board members said she was stopped from investigating whether the fund’s deficit was as large as it claimed.’
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Josephine Cumbo Jun 16
Replying to @MikeOtsuka @TPRgovuk
I have twice asked why ’s January email was not shared with the Trustee Board until May. I am yet to get a response.
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Sam Marsh Jun 19
Last night, I described 's press release as "containing the usual serving of half-truths, selective evidence and spin" and called it a "bingo card for logical fallacy and cognitive bias". Here's why... (Link to their statement: )
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