UK - Women typically receive pensions worth 60% less than men, research from the Transport & General Workers' Union has discovered.
It says male pensioners have an average weekly income of £169 compared with £100 for women. T&G national organiser for women, race and equalities Diana Holland said: “The government must make closing the pensions gender gap a major priority.”
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