MPs highlight the injustice of the frozen pensions policy

February 7, 2022 Frozen British Pensions 1 Comment

Today, MPs in the House of Commons debated social security and pensions. The debate was attended by Sir Peter Bottomley, Conservative MP for Worthing West, Alan Brown, SNP MP for Kilmarnock and Loudoun and David Linden, SNP MP for Glasgow East, who all raised the injustices faced by over half a million pensioners affected by the UK Government’s frozen pensions policy.

A full transcript of their interventions can be read here: Social Security and Pensions – Monday 7 February 2022 – Hansard – UK Parliament

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  1. Gowing Terrence Alan
    April 13, 2022 - 4:00 am

    Retired British ex pats like myself who paid into the National insurance at full stamp for 47 years are totally disgusted with the British policy of frozen pensions. I was in the British armed forces for 30 years 5 of which were in active service & I have the medal to prove it. It’s the old mind over matter thing, they don’t mind & WE don’t matter. I came to Cambodia as a volunteer English/music teacher it’s where I met my amazing Khmer wife & where I will die. WE take nothing from the National health service or any of the other benefits that we maybe entitled to. The only thing we do take is what we paid for all our working lives, OUR STATE PENSION! Now do what’s right & unfreeze our pensions😠

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