There shouldn’t be ‘one magic age’ for pensions
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Baroness: There shouldn’t be ‘one magic age’ for pensions

Former pensions minister Baroness Ros Altmann tells Today some people who have contributed to National insurance for fifty years might still have to wait longer to get the state pension.

John Cridland, former Director General of the CBI, says the pension age should rise from 67 to 68 earlier than planned while the Government Actuary says people now in their twenties may have to work until they are 70.

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