A Scottish court has refused an application for rectification of a trust deed, on the grounds that the deed as drafted was capable of winding up the trust as intended.
A legal challenge brought by a transgender woman who was prevented from accessing her state pension at the age of 60 because she does not have a full gender recognition certificate has been referred to the EU's highest court.
Women are being discriminated against in defined benefit or final salary pension schemes and their pensions should be increased to remove the discrepancy, according to a legal action by a Lloyds Bank trade union.
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