PM 'completely committed' to state pension triple lock

Liz Truss backs commitment to state pension triple lock at PMQs

Kathleen Gallagher
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PM 'completely committed' to state pension triple lock

Today’s inflation figures (19 October) mean pensioners will be in line for a record-breaking increase to their state pension after prime minister Liz Truss said she was "completely committed" to the triple lock.

UK Consumer Prices Index (CPI) returned to double-digit figures for September hitting 10.1% as the cost of food and non-alcoholic beverages soared. The September inflation figure is one of the k...

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