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Rutland woman launches campaign on 'pensions equality'




A Rutland woman is launching a campaign group to give women born in the 1950s a better deal on state pensions.

Sue Morecroft of Uppingham says the equalisation of retirement ages has hit such women unfairly as the changes were introduced too quickly and the affected women could not prepare for them.

Sue worked as a procurement consultant for the NHS and was originally meant to retire in 2013 but she was made redundant in 2014 and she did not start receiving a state pension until 2017.


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