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The East Riding Pension Fund, created following Local Government reorganisation in April 1996, administers the Local Government Pension Scheme (LGPS) for the four unitary Authorities in the region plus over 300 other local employers and organisations. It has a membership of more than 110,000 active, deferred and pensioner members.

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Statement on the McCloud judgment

User AvatarPosted by Sam Topham at 25/06/2020 11:52:27

When the LGPS changed from a final salary to a career average pension scheme in 2014, protections for older scheme members were introduced. Similar protections were provided in other public sector pension schemes. The Court of Appeal ruled that younger members of the Judges’ and Firefighters’ Pension schemes have been discriminated against because the protections do not apply to them. The Government has confirmed that there will be changes to all main public sector schemes, including the LGPS, to remove this age discrimination. This ruling is often called the ‘McCloud judgment’.

 

The Government is still considering exactly what changes need to be made to remove the discrimination from the LGPS. This means it has not been possible to reflect the impact of the judgment in your annual benefit statement this year.  If you qualify for protection it will apply automatically - you do not need to make a claim. For more information, see the frequently asked questions on the national LGPS website.
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