Pension – Pension scheme. By a deed of adherence, the second claimant company became a participating employer in a group pension scheme. The judge held that the deed did not confer scale benefits on the employees which differed from those under the existing scheme and the claimants appealed. The Court of Appeal, Civil Division, in dismissing the appeal, held that the deed had done more than merely extend the scheme to the employees. Further, nothing had obviously gone wrong with the language of the deed.