The Court of Appeal has found in favour of the government in a legal challenge to its guidance preventing the local government pension scheme (LGPS) from pursuing boycotts as part of its investment strategy.
Employers which engage self-employed contractors should check contracts carefully and consider whether individuals should be entitled to a workplace pension following a recent Supreme Court decision, an expert has said.
Potential economic losses from climate change and extreme weather events will continue to grow in the world's largest cities, which are already facing an estimated annual average loss of $123 billion, according to a new report.
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