MPs have overwhelmingly backed a motion calling on the government to give more help to 'WASPI' women born in the 1950s who have been left financially worse off by the acceleration to the state pension age while a Tory MP suggested those affected look into apprenticeships.
The Scottish National Party motion, backed by 288 to zero, called for better transitional arrangements for the section of women affected by the changes. However, the vote is not binding on the government....
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