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Letters sent to MPs & BT

BT AGM 2011

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Report Back to GLCC
on
BT AGM,  13 July 2011
Old Billingsgate, London

Attended by Tony Cox (TC) and Michael O’Flaherty (MOF), from GLCC.

In order to maximise the chance of being called we pre-registered questions in our names prior to the start of proceedings.

Q1.  TC was called early on and his question was –

Reply to Steve Webb Pensions Minister

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Mark Field has kindly forwarded your reply to him of February 19th, for which I 
am most appreciative, found a little disappointing as he acknowledges as likely.

I also found it not very reassuring as it did not deal with the circumstances 
and nature of the BT Pension Scheme that I had raised. As you will be aware some 
00s of 000s employees and former employees are members of that Scheme, and many 
000s others are members of similar private sector schemes.

Member PE to his MP

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The Rt Hon Sadiq Khan Esq, MP
House of Commons
London
SW1A 0AA

Dear Mr. Khan,

Indexation of Pensions and Benefits

I am writing to you as one of your constituents and as a member of the Prospect trade union.

In July 2010, the government announced that, from this April, it would use the Consumer Prices Index for the future indexation of public sector pensions and many benefits.

There will be a vote in the House of Commons on 17th February on motions relating to the draft Social Security Benefits Up-rating Order 2011 and the draft Guaranteed Minimum Pensions Increase Order 2011. This vote will be the first opportunity MPs have of voting on the announcement made last July.

Member PW to his MP

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Keith Simpson

Conservative MP for Broadland

I am writing to you as one of your constituents and as a member of the Prospect trade union.

In July 2010, the government announced that, from this April, it would use the Consumer Prices Index for the future indexation of public sector pensions and many benefits.