Promising to protect state pensions is a vote grabber

Michael Klimes
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Promising to look after state pensions is the best way to win votes in the upcoming general election according to research from Barnett Waddingham.

In research provided exclusively to Professional Pensions, the firm identified the key pension issues parties could focus on in their manifestos. It found improving state pensions was the winner in...

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