More than one million women between 60 and 62 are £32 a week worse off because of delays to their state pensions, according to a report by the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS).
While poverty rates among that group have risen sharply, the report said, the resulting savings, in combination with extra tax from working women, meant the state was £5.1bn a year better off. The BBC...
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