There may or may not be huge disruption in Britain's schools tomorrow, but the fundamental question remains the same:
How much should the taxpayer have to pay to fund teachers' pensions?
The answer is either:
a) The same as they do now, gradually increasing each year as we all live longer and more therefore claim more years of pension. This is fair because it is part of a teacher's remuneration for a job that has become far harder in recent years due to increased workload and ever increasing numbers of badly behaved pupils.
b) Less than they do now, but still gradually rising year on year as we live longer. This is fair because people in the private sector are not allowed pensions with such generous taxpayer funding and teachers' pay has increased substantially in recent years.
a) or b) What do you reckon?