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Corbyn vows 'flexible' state pension age but won't reveal funding for £20BILLION reforms

Published on Tuesday 15th of August 2017 04:00:00 PM in Daily Express

The Government recently raised the official retirement age to 68 for people in their thirties and forties.The Labour leader blasted the move and promised to keep the state pension age at 66, as the party heads on a State Pension tour of the country.However, it is ...

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