MPs passed the Public Service Pensions Bill on 4 December 2012, having debated it at report stage and third reading.
The bill implements reforms to public sector pensions. It moves public sector pensions over to a career average scheme and extends the age at which members can draw their pensions.
The government says this will make them sustainable, with costs shared between employers, workers and taxpayers "more fairly".
The bill had its
second reading on 29 October 2012
and was passed by MPs by 276 votes to 19, a government majority of 257.
The Treasury says the bill is forecast to save £65bn over the next 50 years. It will apply to the whole of the United Kingdom.
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