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Labour MP Jack Dromey claimed women are "suffering and losing out due to the acceleration of the state pension age and lack of proper notice".
Scheme designed to help carers of disabled people build better state pension pots has failed to reach 97% of its target group.
UK government has just five weeks to provide a response to parliament after commons defeat.
UK Government urged to ban pension cold calls, as MPs warn people's savings are under threat from scammers.
British workers receive just 29% of their previous earnings, although private pensions bring figure up to near average.
Scottish Tories must stand by their election promise and support fair pensions for women, says SNP MP.
Shadow Work and Pensions Secretary vowed to "transform our social security system from one that demonises, to one that is supportive and enabling".
Party hopes to increase public awareness about how Tory plans will force 36.9 million people to work longer.
People born in the North of England are 20% more likely to die early than those born in the South.
IFS says increased UK state pension age is lifting earnings from employment but only partially offsetting reduced incomes from other benefits.
Analysis shows each person affected may lose £9,800 after government announces raising pension age earlier than planned.
Young British workers face a 'monumental savings challenge' if they are to enjoy the same retirement income as current retirees.
Half of new retirees to continue working past state pension age, despite £3.5bn in pensioner benefits remaining unclaimed every year.
Landmark ruling means former cavalry officer’s husband will enjoy the same pension rights as a widow would.
SNP MP Mhairi Black blasted the government's treatment of WASPI women.
Minister Guy Opperman’s comments enrage ‘Waspi’ campaigners – and Conservative MPs join criticism of policy.
Prospect Union says the result of the general election shows that there is no consensus for further increases to the state pension age.
Shadow chancellor John McDonnell says taking £300 annual payment away from millions of pensioners would contribute to rise in winter deaths.
Removal of minimum rise could push many into poverty.
Work and Pensions Secretary wrongly claimed the Scottish Government could create a new benefit to help women hit by pension changes.
Scrapping payments to wealthiest 5% to 10% would allow government to give more to people in greater need, says thinktank.
‘Triple-lock’ policy that guarantees increase in basic state pension each year could be ditched for weaker ‘double lock’ and money used for social care instead.