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State Pensions

Retirement age hike has left women hundreds of pounds worse off

More than one million women whose retirement was delayed by state pension changes have lost out on an average £32 a week

2 August 2017

Millions face waiting an extra year for their state pension

Millions of workers in their early-40s face having to wait an extra year to collect their state pension

19 July 2017

Guest Comment: WASPI campaign responds to Pensions Minister's advice to take up apprenticeships

Jane Cowley, a WASPI director, reacts to the Pensions Minister's suggestion that WASPI women become apprentices

7 July 2017

Eligible for carer's credit? Don't put your state pension at risk by not claiming it

Up to 230,000 unpaid carers are putting their state pension in jeopardy by not claiming carer's credit

13 June 2017

Over 64? This is your LAST CHANCE to boost your state pension

If you're a woman aged 64 or a man aged 66 or older, urgently check if it's worth topping up your state pension

28 March 2017

State pension age should go up again, report recommends

Millions of workers in their early 40s face having to wait an extra year to collect their state pension

23 March 2017

Women fighting state pension changes to protest outside Parliament on Budget Day

WASPI campaigners will be joined by supportive MPs and trade unionists in a bid to force a Government compromise

7 March 2017

Grandparents who help with childcare at risk of missing out on full state pension – act NOW to protect it

Thousands of grandparents who've given up work to look after their grandchildren could be missing out on a pension boost

18 January 2017

Retirees to pocket up to £200 more a year once state pension rises next April

The state pension is to rise by 2.5% and pay out up to £200 a year extra to retirees next year

29 November 2016

Parents of young children, act now to protect your FULL state pension entitlement

New parents are missing out on national insurance credits because they're failing to claim child benefit

12 November 2016

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