Civil partners should have the same pension rights as married couples
An Employment Tribunal has held that a provision of the Equality Act 2010 that allows benefits for civil partners to be limited to benefits attributable to service from 5 December 2005 (where benefits for married partners apply to all service) is contrary to EU law that prohibits discrimination on grounds of sexual orientation…
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