Article preview: Campaigners for women treated unfairly by a change to the state pension age have lost their High Court appeal battle for redress. Two 1950s-born women took on the government in a court case around a change in the state pension age for women from 60 to 66. According to campaigners, women born in the 1950s were unfairly treated by the government who rapidly moved their state pension age upwards.
1950s-born women lose their fight for state pension redress
This 426-word blog post explains why campaigners have lost their High Court appeal for state pension redress. Written on 16th September 2020.
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