As the campaign Women Against State Pension Inequality campaign gathers pace, the DWP still refuses to budge
The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) committee is to hear further evidence on the new state pension this month.
Two out of three people believe they will have to work past 65, mainly because they do not expect to have enough money to retire, research finds.
Statistics from HMRC reveal 146,000 people have accessed around £2.72bn since the introduction of pension freedoms in April.
Alan Higham, Fidelity Worldwide Investment retirement director, is to leave the business after 18 months.
PP examines Ros Altmann's appointment
Regardless of who is in power after the general election, higher earners are going to see their pension contributions taxed more heavily, according to analysis.
DB members get far more pension for their tax than DC members