Ros’ article published in the Yorkshire Post explaining that savers must not be made to suffer and Government should extend ISA allowances so that savers can have more income from their savings.
Ros calls for Government to implement Option 2 of its consultation proposals to reform state pensions – a flat-rate simple state pension paying ?140 a week to all those with a full contribution record.
Ros highlights the disappointment that Government failed to bring forward any amendments to its timetable for proposed state pension age rises, despite promising to make changes.
Article in FT Financial Adviser Magazine outlining why the Government needs to reconsider its plans to increase state pension age and find a fairer alternative that will give people more notice – and could also save more than the 30billion currently targetted.
Press Release ahead of Pensions Bill Second Reading calling on the Government to amend its timetable for state pension age increases and warning of possible legal challenges by women affected.
Parliamentary briefing prepared for MPs explaining the unfairness of planned state pension age rises and outlining fairer and better alternatives.
Ros wrote a blog for the Saga website explaining why thousands of women in their late fifties are hoping the Government will rethink its plans for sudden pension age rises.
Ros’ Saga website blog suggesting that the Government may finally be showing signs of some change of heart over its pension age plans.
Press Release highlighting the passionate debate but lamenting the narrow defeat of amendments in the House of Lords that would have alleviated the plight of 500,000 women facing increases in state pension age of more than one year.
Ros prepared a briefing for members of the House of Lords outlining the unfairnesses of the current proposals to increase women’s state pension age from 2016, in clear contravention of the Coalition Agreement and this does not give the women time to prepare.