Upcoming AGM for the APPG on Frozen British Pensions

May 10, 2021 Frozen British Pensions 4 Comments

The 2021 Annual General Meeting of the APPG on Frozen British Pensions is being held virtually on Wednesday 19th May at 4:30 pm.

The APPG will be meeting to officially reform the group in the new Parliament and elect parliamentarians to officer roles within the group. Members will discuss the ongoing case to end the UK Government’s frozen pensions policy, particularly in light of the Government’s refusal to negotiate a new reciprocal agreement with Canada.

We hope to welcome new parliamentarians with an interest in this issue as well our valued APPG members from both the Commons and Lords.

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  1. Ian PRATT
    May 14, 2021 - 11:45 am

    There should be no trade deals between Australia and Canada with the UK until they agree to end frozen pension inequality.

  2. Sue Sarlos
    June 16, 2021 - 4:56 pm

    I see no reference to ending this injustice in the FTA agreed today between UK and Australia. Very annoying.

  3. Andy Robertson-Fox
    July 15, 2021 - 5:08 am

    When will the minutes of the AGM be available?
    Is Sir Peter Bottomley still a member of the APPG?
    The photo of Mike Hill appears as a member but has he not resigned and been replaced as an MP?
    The membership show Nigel Evans as a member; he is a deputy speaker so is he allowed to be?
    The picture of Jeremy Corbyn has a red surround signifying a Labour member. Does he not sit as an Independent?

  4. Jonathan Over
    November 8, 2021 - 7:37 pm

    Only a political solution wil stop this Frozen Pension Nonsense as it not only effects pensioners, but also may affect those youngsters migrating to many Commonwealth Countries over the next decade.. Suggest all expats who migrate to Commonwealth Countries, Register to Vote before leaving, then update their details every year… Postal voting can then easily be gained for General Elections……. Imagine how 500000+ votes could change our politcal scenery in the UK. http://WWW.HM.GOV Register to Vote.

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