MSE News: Controversial women's pension plans pass through Commons

edited 30 November -1 at 1:00AM in Pensions, Annuities & Retirement Planning
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    Equality not so good now, huh?
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    Deleting my comments. Having read through just now, I don't want my details on a thread with this kind of atmosphere.
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  • It should commence for women who left school at 16! i left at 15,ythat means I hve worked an extra year,how can that be fair:D
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    gerbiegirl wrote: »
    It should commence for women who left school at 16! i left at 15,that means I have worked an extra year,how can that be fair:D


    As you are already retired and at the age of 60 the new legislation will make no difference to you.
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