Call for evidence on raising the state pension age
Close date: 6 August 2010
The Government invites individuals and organisations to submit evidence on when the state pension age should be raised to 66, on the basis that people will be receiving their state pension for longer than anticipated when the increase was determined. The previous Government fixed the increase in the state pension age to 66 to take place by 2026, to 67 by 2036 and to 68 by 2046.
Consultation document: When should the state pension age increase to 66? A call for evidence (PDF format, 105K) (on the DWP website)
Government response: A sustainable state pension: when the state pension age will increase to 66 (PDF format, 1.34M) (on the DWP website)