With Stephen Jardine - 19/08/2019
Are you prepared to work until you are 75?
The state pension age should rise to 70 by 2028 and to 75 by 2035 to help boost the UK economy, according to a new report. The Centre for Social Justice think-tank, headed by Tory former leader Iain Duncan-Smith, said evidence suggests the UK is "not responding to the needs and potential" of an ageing workforce - with hundreds of thousands of people aged 50-64 deemed "economically inactive".
Are you prepared to work until you're 75?
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