strichener Posted September 7, 2022 Share Posted September 7, 2022 (edited) 1 hour ago, Left Back said: So to go back to the EU point someone made earlier. Are you suggesting the UK should have just walked away and not contributed towards future EU pension liability. Those people were employed by the EU, who promised to pay them a pension so the liability is all theirs. No, and neither am I suggesting that the Scottish Government would have no liability for future entitlement. The question of where liability rests for existing entitlement is clearly with the entity that has received the payment that has created the liability in the first place. I can't even believe that this needs explained. I'm not even sure that the UK government disputed this in the lead up to the 2014 referendum. In the days of fear mongering, I am sure that the pension minister stated that the UK would continue to pay pensions for those that had accumulated entitlement. State Pension for those that retire abroad* *except for viewers in Scotland. Edited September 7, 2022 by strichener 3 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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