Labour has promised up to £31,000 compensation to the millions of women forced to work longer because of controversial increases in the state pension age.
THE WASPIs deserve congratulations and admiration.
MOUNTING pressure is close to forcing ministers to help millions of women who have been forced to wait longer than expected to retire, campaigners claim.
WOMEN fighting Ministers over pension age changes have warned politicians to “stop squabbling and get thinking”.
Women retiring this year will be around £5,400 a year worse off than men finishing work in 2016, a report has found.
Lindsay Razaq: Theresa May must realise that the purple pensions protesters of WASPI aren’t going away
IN the days after the EU referendum, a rainy Westminster was invaded by hordes of women in their late fifties and sixties brandishing purple umbrellas.
A PENSIONS expert who was made a minister to push through reforms has quit the Government with a broadside against its policy record on the issue.