Crisis-hit Compass is now at the centre of a pensions storm after revelations that departing chairman Sir Francis Mackay and chief executive Mike Bailey have both received a £1m boost to their pensions. At the same time accounts show the shortfall in the group pension scheme for 30,000 past and present employees has risen by a quarter. Compass was one of the worst-performing companies in the FTSE100 last year after a series of profits warnings. Shares have slid from a high of more than 500p to 229p last Friday. The group is now trying to sell its travel concessions business, which includes Upper Crust and Harry Ramsden's, for up to £1.3bn. The Sunday Times 08/01/06 (Business) page 3.1 The Sunday Telegraph 08/01/06 (Business) page 2