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Nine million face a 'bleak old age'

Up to nine million people face a "bleak old age" because their private sector pensions will not allow them to "adequately exist" when they stop working.

The warning comes in a report from the UK's independent Workplace Retirement Income Commission, by the former Labour MP Lord McFall.

Julia Caesar reports.

  • 01 Aug 2011
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