Ros is quoted Daily Mail and This is Money explaining why working from home could have both positive and negative impacts on women – it can help boost their pensions by allowing them to work full-time rather than part-time but may damage promotion prospects. ( link to pdf )
Ros is quoted in the Daily Telegraph calling on the Government to accelerate payments to women who have been short-changed in their State Pensions – living on thousands of pounds less than they should.
Ros is quoted in a Financial Times article explaining the need for flexibility is state pension starting ages, to reflect the significant differences in healthy life expectancy across the UK. Women’s healthy life expectancy is only to around age 50 in deprived areas, while it’s around 70 in the better off areas. Men also have large differences, so how is it fair to expect them to keep working later?
Ros is quoted by The Actuary Magazine, commenting on the large and widening gap in healthy life expectancy between the richest and poorest areas of the UK. Not everyone can be expected to work longer just because average national life expectancy has increased. ( link to pdf )
Women’s Pension injustice – AGAIN! Ros is quoted in the MailOnLine article which says up to 80,000 older women pensioners will miss out on the compensation that is being arranged for those living on lower State Pensions than they should have had since 2008. ( link to pdf )
Ros is quoted in the Financial Times urging the Government to pay women who have been living on much lower State Pensions than they were entitled to, as soon as possible – will cost £2.7bn or so to compensate 200,000 women.