Elizabeth Conway
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'I have to work', says nurse who returned from retirement

The way changes to the state pension age were made has been criticised, with thousands of women claiming they were given "little or no notice".

The Equality and Human Rights Commission in Wales accused the UK government of a "communication failure" to let women know their pension age would increase in line with men at 65.

Elizabeth Conway, from Tonteg near Pontypridd, retired from her job as a nurse but has returned to work because of changes to her state pension.

She told told BBC's Sunday Politics Wales she had no choice but to continue working.

  • 28 Feb 2016