Linking state pension to the higher of earnings or prices - with a minimum increase of 2.5% - is one of the reasons the government is accelerating moves to raise the state pension age, David Yeandle says.
EEF head of employment policy Yeandle explained the cost of the move is probably one reasons the government has decided to consult on accelerating the planned move in state pension age from 65 to 66. ...
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