In the long-running case of Bradbury v BBC, the Court of Appeal unanimously found that the BBC Pension Scheme’s definition of “Basic Salary” permitted the BBC to determine whether (or how much of) a pay rise counted as “Basic Salary”. As such, the BBC was entitled to impose a cap on any increase in Basic Salary as part of the process of determining its amount. The Court of Appeal also dismissed claims that the BBC’s conduct amounted to a breach of the implied duty of trust and confidence, which arises from an employee’s employment contract.
Lloyds Banking Group staff are represented by an independent trade union committed to protecting their interests and their interests alone. LTU is not affiliated to the TUC or any political party and we are free to determine and pursue the best policies for Lloyds Banking Group staff.
LTU represents members in Lloyds, Scottish Widows, Halifax, BOS and the other companies within the Lloyds Banking Group.