Labour Pledge £58bn To Help 1950s Women

Just 24 hours after Boris Johnson said he couldn’t help women born in the 1950s affected by the rise in State Pension Age, Labour have unveiled a £58 billion plan to compensate the women affected. While it may not be what some campaigners had hoped for, it is a step Continue Reading

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Boris Johnson Rolls Back On Helping 1950s Women

Boris Johnson had a tough time with the audience during tonight’s live leadership debate on the BBC. Those present were clearly unimpressed with the Prime Minister avoiding answering questions. However, one important point came when Johnson was asked about the help he’d promised 1950s women affected by the rise in Continue Reading

BackTo60 Lose High Court Challenge But Remain Defiant

The BackTo60 campaign suffered a set back today after their case was dimissed by the High Court in London. The group backed two women seeking a judicial review into womens state pension age rises. Their legal team had argued that the changes were unlawful on grounds “unlawfully discriminated against them Continue Reading

UK Has Worst Rate of Pension Poverty in Europe

A new report has reveled that the pensioners in the United Kingdom suffer from the highest rate of “pensioner poverty” in Western Europe. The study shows that those eligible for the State Pension are FIVE times more likely to face financial hardship. This comes as Iain Duncan Smith’s think tank Continue Reading

Gogglebox pushes DWP Propaganda in Planned Broadcast

Channel 4 have come under fierce criticism after it’s popular program Gogglebox, aired a segment that had been planned in conjunction with the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP). Viewers were shown the show’s participants reacting to a DWP advert on Workplace Pensions but as it was planned can we Continue Reading

Tory Whip mocks destitute as Government continue benefits freeze

Yesterday saw MPs debate annual increases, or in some cases a continued freeze, of benefits and the state pension. During a speech by Labour Shadow Work and Pensions Secretary Margaret Greenwood MP, a Tory Whip thought it wise to say she doesn’t know the meaning of the word destitution. Yesterdays Continue Reading

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