Posts By: Chris Kitchen

Dupuytren’s Contracture

Statutory Instrument 2019 No. 1241 was laid before Parliament in September 2019 and will come into force 9 December 2019 when A15 Dupuytren’s contracture is added to the list of Prescribed Industrial Injuries. The prescription below is what you would need to be able to comply with in order to put in a claim through

BEIS Select Committee update on the MPS.

Rachel Reeves MP Chair of the BEIS Select Committee following receiving a request from the NUM has written to both Chris Cheetham Chairman of the Mineworkers Pension Scheme Trustees and the RT HON Kwasi Kwarteng MP Minister of State for Business, Energy and Clean Growth. Below are the replies she has received. Obviously these while

The NUM formally write to request a Select Committee hearing into MPS Guarantee.

The NUM has been working with a group of supportive Labour Party MP’s in preparation to request a Select Committee hearing into the Mineworkers Pension Scheme (MPS) Government guarantee and the 50/50 surplus sharing arrangement. The NUM has held back from submitting a formal request as we were aware from comments made by the Minister

MPS negotiations with Government update.

There has been an agreement between the MPS Trustees and the Government. As the Trustees want the Scheme members to know the details of the arrangement before it is made public, as not all Scheme members will have access to the internet it has been decided that a letter will be sent out next week.

A National Permanent Memorial for Miners.

At the second time of asking permission has been granted for a National Permanent memorial to commemorate the men, women and children who worked in the mining industry in the National Memorial Arboretum, Staffordshire. Thank you to everyone who has helped to made this a reality.

MP’s write to the Minister for Business & Industry over the MPS.

A cross party group of MP’s have written to the Minister following up on comments that he made in the backbench debate organised by Grahame Morris MP (Easington) in respect of proposals put to him by the MPS Trustees. Whilst we will have to wait and see what the proposals are if adopted and what