Women's State Age Pension Scandal


Over the last few years the age at which women receive their state pension has been increasing - to bring it up to 65 - the same age that men get theirs. The aim was that by 2020, women and men would both retire at 65.

In 2011 the Government changed the date at which women would retire at 65 - from 2020 to November 2018. It will rise to 66 for both by 2020.For women born in the mid-1950s this can be really difficult. 

We are asking the Government just give these women more time to get their affairs in order.

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