Spending Review: State pension age will hit 66 by 2020

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The State pension age will reach 66 by 2020, Chancellor George Osborne said today.

The Department of Work and Pensions will make the change in a bid to save £5bn every year by the end of the next Parliament. Under Labour, the state pension age was to rise to 66 in 2026, 67 in ...

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