It is not just the main Carillion companies that may now find themselves in severe financial difficulties. Smaller subcontractors may find themselves having to consider their position with regard to the Pension Protection Fund (PPF) and the Pension Regulator.
Since covering the deficit that the Carillion schemes are facing — we take a quick trot through the pension ‘lifeboat’ scheme and what it might mean to the 28,000 members of the 13 Carillion schemes.
As the dust continues to be stirred up following the Carillion collapse, and with a £587m shortfall, now seems a good time to set out what we know so far in relation to the pensions aspects.
Last week Google’s Project Zero team published details of serious security flaws, Meltdown and Spectre, which affect almost every modern computer, and could allow hackers to steal sensitive personal data.
The Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) has published a number of guides on the GDPR designed to assist local authorities, education providers, small public health sector bodies, small organisations and charities.
Robert MacGinn features on the BBC as the battle between Wembley Football Club and the FA/Wembley National Stadium has progressed to the next stage.
Liz Bottrill, David Burrows and Victoria Goodhall were invited to attend the Parliament building at Portcullis House this morning by the Office of Andrew Percy MP for the inaugural meeting of the All Party Parliamentary Group on Surrogacy.
Liz Bottrill and David Burrows were invited to join Manchester Fertility's first open day last Sunday.