The All-Party Parliamentary Group on State Pension Inequality for Women wants to identify a solution that will address the ongoing concerns raised by groups representing 1950s-born women affected by state pension changes.
To do this, we are inviting representatives of any group that campaigns for those women, to take part in a brief consultation.
Your group representative will need a password to access the consultation and this can be obtained by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org who are conducting the consultation on our behalf.
Please note that this consultation is open only to the official representatives of campaign groups for 1950’s-born women affected by changes to the state pension age. We are unable to accept responses from individual members or other groups.
This consultation closes at 5pm on Friday 22nd December 2017.
Once all the responses have been collated and analysed; a report will go to a meeting of the APPG in January 2018. We will then be drafting a Bill that will require the Government to establish a formal review of pension arrangements for women affected by changes made by the Pensions Act 1995 and the Pensions Act 2011. This Bill is currently scheduled for debate on 27th April 2018.
Please do encourage your group representative to contribute.
Carolyn Harris MP Tim Loughton MP
APPG on State Pension Inequality for Women