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The government has been accused of misleading parliament and the public over the taxpayer cost of public service pensions, after analysis from the Institute of Economic Affairs (IEA) estimated an unreported annual cost of around £57bn.

The IEA's report, The Great British Rake-Off, alleged that the government has been running “two books of accounts”, which has led to a “general misunderstanding” of public sector pension costs

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