How the raising of the pension age for 50s born women has fuelled poverty, ill health and depression.
A new and highly detailed research study by King’s College, London reveals that the lowest paid women born in the 1950s are now substantially worse off because of the government’s decision to raise their pension age from 60 to 66.
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