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Pensions scandal

The National Association of Head Teachers is urging the Government to take action against brokers, as well as insurance companies, over the scandal of mis-sold pensions. It is handling 33 cases, some of which date back to 1993, and several which it claims involve brokers who gave negligent advice.

To date, two of the NAHT cases have been settled by Guardian, one by the Colonial and one by Legal and General. The outstanding claims involve General Accident, Equitable Life, Abbey Life, the Prudential, Barclays, Royal London and Teacher Assurance.

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