Twenty million adults could be in line for "state pension age reprieve" as life expectancy improvements "collapsed" even before the pandemic, according to an analysis of population projections by consultants LCP.
The firm's calculations suggested the government's current plans to raise state pension age to 67 by 2028 and age 68 by 2039 have been "blown out of the water". Sir Steve Webb, partner at LCP an...
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