The case could also have knock-on consequences for both public and private sector schemes where younger workers have had reduced defined benefit (DB) pensions than their older counterparts, or no access.
In the private sector you can either accept you may unfortunately have to have your pension changed somewhat or force the company to go under in order to maintain your payments and then lose it all. Final salary pensions are a black hole and access to them has been cut for many years for most private companies.
People are living for longer and interest rates are through the floor.
Maybe they are still p¦ssed and think it's dress down Friday. I know a few solicitors and a couple of judges, they get more booze down their necks than a squaddie would of a Friday in BAOR back in 1999.