Sian Fisher CEO hopes ruling against women aged 60 to 66 will bring attention to 'wider' issues
Yesterday the High Court decided not to compensate almost four million born in the 1950s with the money they lost when the pension age was raised. The case was brought against the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) by two claimants, who argued they were "unlawfully discriminated against" due to their age and gender, were dismissed on the grounds that it was not for the court to decide whether the choices made by the government were "right or wrong". In response to the High Court decision,...
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