The new flat-rate state pension, set at about £144 a week and starting in April 2017, is set to be confirmed later today (Monday).
The final figure is expected to be higher than £144 as it will rise in line with inflation over the next four years. It said the current state pension is £107.45 per week, but can be topped up to £142.70...
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Malcolm Mclean says getting the channels of communication right and engaging more openly is a good starting point