Increasing the state pension age could bring economic hardship to people in their early 60s, according to TUC head of campaigns and communications Nigel Stanley.
Stanley argued that few 65-year-old men are economically inactive out of choice. He commented: “There’s a kind of assumption that if you haven’t got a job you’re a workshy scrounger playing the system,...
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