Back to 60 state pension group wins right to judicial review

Backto60 has been granted permission to file a judicial review at the Royal Courts of Justice! Following a two hour court hearing today, it has been declared that the campaigners will proceed to a judicial review. Barrister Michael Mansfield QC supported the movement before the royal courts of justice and the department for work and pensions (DWP). The case was supported by a report from law professor Jackie Jones highlighting the injustice suffered by women born in the 1950s. After the hearing, Back to 60 supporters took to the Battlebus once again to highlight their success and raise awareness. Read David Hencke's article here Permission granted: 50s Women win historic case to judicial rev

Petition Review governance of NI Fund

Govt to establish independent review to take control of the National Insurance Fund out of the hands of The Treasury and also for contributors and pensioners to participate in governance of the Fund. Go to petition

50s Women Walkout 30th Nov

NOVEMBER 30TH 2018 9am #BackTo60 Rally 10am Royal Courts of Justice Hearing by Michael Mansfield QC 10am ' #Walkout ' by #50sWomen (Post photos #BackTo60) ( Rally PhotoOpp) 1pm Battlebus - 10 Downing St, Parliament Sq, DWP, Treasury Precisely, at 10am on 30th November, #BackTo60 is supporting a #Walkout from workplaces of all #50sWomen countrywide. #OneVoice 'Shoulder to Shoulder' Join us! Walk out: take a photo and post it on Social Media The High Court is to hear the case for a judicial review into the government’s mishandling of the raising of the pension age for 50s women on November 30. Read more on David Hencke's blog

Maladministration Legal Advice

Two claimants that have been selected by the ombudsman, have come to the services of top class, successful and highly acclaimed lawyer, Mr Ivan Walker, who is Principal of Walkers Solicitors, based in Kent. After an initial consultation, Mr Walker has kindly agreed to assist and advise them with the investigation, that is being undertaken by the PHSO. A donation to Fran & Ros's Project will enable them, with Ivan Walker's proven Pension expertise, to provide the detailed and carefully considered responses, which will be essential to ensuring a successful outcome to this Investigation. Link to Crowdfunder The fresh challenge is in addition to the hearing on 30th November at the High court to



UN Statement on Visit to the UK

Statement on Visit to the United Kingdom, by Professor Philip Alston, United Nations Special Rapporteur on extreme poverty and human rights. Read here Press Conference of the UN Special Rapporteur on extreme poverty and human rights – Preliminary findings on the UK Watch the Streaming from Friday 16 Nov 2018: 'the UN Special Rapporteur's preliminary findings on the UK. During our 12-day visit, the Special Rapporteur on extreme poverty and human rights has investigated the Government’s efforts to tackle poverty in the UK, the impact of austerity measures, Universal Credit, Brexit, and an increasingly digital government on people living in poverty.' "If you got a group of misogynists in a room

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