Campaigners raise £65,000 for legal challenge to women's state pension changes
WASPI may seek a judicial review on the legality of the changes
21 October 2016
MPs demand rethink of women's state pension changes
A parliamentary motion aiming to protect women who will be hit by changes to the state pension is passed by MPs
7 January 2016
Women's state pension changes petition smashes 100,000 signatures – and may now get second parliamentary debate
Petition on women's state pension changes smashes 100,000 signatures – and may now get second parliamentary debate
5 January 2016
MPs to debate women's state pension changes as 79,000 sign petition
Controversial changes to the state pension which will hit women aged 55-65 will be debated in Parliament in January
17 December 2015
Sign the petition to get MPs to debate women's state pension changes
A petition created by Women Against State Pension Inequality has gained more than 55,000 signatures
14 December 2015
Autumn Statement 2015: State pension rates confirmed
Osborne also revealed that those who leave the UK for more than four weeks at a time will no longer get pension credit
25 November 2015
State pension to rise by at least 2.5% next April
Today's inflation announcement means the basic state pension will rise by at least 2.5% next April
13 October 2015
Last chance to top up your state pension - Martin's 3-min 'should you do it?' briefing
On Monday, a scheme launches allowing millions of people to buy a top up to boost their pension by up to £25/week
9 October 2015
Got a nanny or carer? You may need to set up a pension for them
If you run a small business or employ a nanny or carer, you may need to start paying into a pension for them
1 June 2015
11 ways to beat new tax year changes: Act now and you can gain £1,000s
Massive changes are afoot both for the new tax year and many parts of the public sector change their prices then too
25 March 2015
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