State pension age rise proposal


This 585-word blog post considers new proposals from the Centre for Social Justice who want to see the state pension age rise to 75, once new measures are in place to support older people in the workforce. Written on 18th August 2019.

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Article preview: Could we be facing yet another state pension age rise? According to a new report from a Conservative supporting think tank, the state pension age should rise to 75 within the next 16 years. Such a rise in state pension age would help boost the British economy, according to the Centre for Social Justice (CSJ), who is proposing the increase. Their proposals would result in a state pension age of 70 by 2028 and 75 by 2035.