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  • ROS ALTMANN

    Ros is a leading authority on later life issues, including pensions,
    social care and retirement policy. Numerous major awards have recognised
    her work to demystify finance and make pensions work better for people.
    She was the UK Pensions Minister from 2015 – 16 and is a member
    of the House of Lords where she sits as Baroness Altmann of Tottenham.

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    Dismal failure in care home coronavirus testing has turned our most vulnerable into sitting ducks, writes former Pensions Minister BARONESS ROS ALTMANN

    Dismal failure in care home coronavirus testing has turned our most vulnerable into sitting ducks, writes former Pensions Minister BARONESS ROS ALTMANN

    Ros wrote a comment article for the Daily Mail highlighting the failure of social care and the NHS to look after the most vulnerable people, elderly in social care. ( link to pdf )

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    Ministers say healthy over 70s WILL be released from lockdown with rest of UK despite scientists insisting they should stay indoors for longer – as anxiety levels surge among elderly

    Ministers say healthy over 70s WILL be released from lockdown with rest of UK despite scientists insisting they should stay indoors for longer – as anxiety levels surge among elderly

    Ros is quoted by the Daily Mail and MailonLine calling for lockdown easing following this crisis to be applied equally to all age adults with no ageism involved.

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    ‘Our pension pays just £4.61 a month’: Why insurance giants MUST release pensioners from annuity austerity by paying out lump sums

    ‘Our pension pays just £4.61 a month’: Why insurance giants MUST release pensioners from annuity austerity by paying out lump sums

    MailonLine highlights the many people who would desperately love to cash in their small annuities, instead of receiving a small sum each month for life. Ros calls for insurers to allow this but also warns that individuals need to know the risks, such as tax to pay first. ( link to pdf )

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    Ex-minister Baroness Ros Altmann warns of revolt among healthy over-70s if they are forced to stay inside when the rest of UK leaves lockdown amid fears they will risk going to prison rather than self isolate

    Ex-minister Baroness Ros Altmann warns of revolt among healthy over-70s if they are forced to stay inside when the rest of UK leaves lockdown amid fears they will risk going to prison rather than self isolate

    The Daily Mail and MailonLine highlight Ros’ warnings that many of the healthy older people have told her they would revolt against being forced to stay inside if restrictions are eased for younger people. ( link to pdf )

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