The structure pension age for women rose to 65 to bring it into line with men and intention go up to 66 by 2020, and 67 by 2028. But the leader of ’63 is the new 60’ which campaigns for housekeepers to receive their pension aged 63 has hit back. Mariana Robinson revealed her ‘goldilocks programme’ which would help 1950s women.
Speaking to Express.co.uk, Ms Robinson swayed: “The 63 is the new 60 has been at Parliament.
“It has been costed by parliamentary library statistics corporation and the Government have said it costs too much.
“But it’s a fraction of the cost of returning to 60.
“It also bed linens seven years from April 1953 born to April 1960 had.”
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She go oned: “63/60 keeps us on level and we may have to look into factoring this into 66 somewhat than everybody having 63.
“But those women on that end of that register had no notice to prepare.
“They had no other income mainly because they were not in workplace benefits from the beginning because we weren’t allowed to join pension manoeuvres.
“In 1976, I wasn’t allowed to join the pension scheme because I’m a miss and that’s what people seem to forget.”