Tories 'put pensioners at the heart' of manifesto

Stephanie Baxter

The Conservative Party's election manifesto launched today promises to put pensioners at the centre of policy making.

Prime minister and party leader David Cameron (pictured) committed to continue increasing the basic state pension by the highest of 2.5%, inflation or earnings through the triple lock. The manif...

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