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Make fair transitional state pension arrangements for 1950’s women

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Brighton, Pavilion376
Bristol West279
Sheffield Central257
Cambridge255
Manchester, Withington248
Hornsey and Wood Green245
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Holborn and St Pancras226
Reading East225
Brentford and Isleworth214
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Southampton, Test192
Islington North192
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Oxford East182
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Dulwich and West Norwood177
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Leyton and Wanstead175
Lewisham, Deptford173
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Leicester South169
Blackley and Broughton167
Manchester, Gorton167
Birmingham, Hall Green164
Harrow West162
Islington South and Finsbury162
Cardiff Central160
Bradford East158
Bermondsey and Old Southwark157
Greenwich and Woolwich156
Luton South154
Manchester Central151
Finchley and Golders Green148
Tooting147
Camberwell and Peckham147
Coventry North East146
Streatham144
Croydon North144
Cities of London and Westminster140
Walthamstow138
Uxbridge and South Ruislip138
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Ealing North135
Hampstead and Kilburn129
Hammersmith127
Hendon126
Leicester West126
Bethnal Green and Bow123
Barking122
Birmingham, Perry Barr119
Slough117
Bradford West117
Vauxhall117
West Ham117
Feltham and Heston115
Tottenham114
Hackney South and Shoreditch114
Brent Central113
Hayes and Harlington111
Harrow East110
Kensington109
Poplar and Limehouse105
Putney103
Mitcham and Morden100
Ealing, Southall96
Edmonton96
Ilford South91
Brent North91
Battersea90
Leicester East83
Westminster North80
Birmingham, Hodge Hill79
Chelsea and Fulham75
East Ham64
Birmingham, Ladywood47

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The Government must make fair transitional arrangements for all women born on or after 6th April 1951 who have unfairly borne the burden of the increase to the State Pension Age (SPA). Hundreds of thousands of women have had significant changes imposed on them with a lack of appropriate notification

The 1995 Conservative Government’s Pension Act included plans to increase women’s SPA to 65, the same as men’s. Women Against State Pension Inequality (WASPI), agree with equalisation, but don’t agree with the unfair way the changes were implemented – with little/no personal notice (1995/2011 Pension Acts), faster than promised (2011 Pension Act), and no time to make alternative plans. Retirement plans have been shattered with devastating consequences.

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