The Telegraph warns Brexit would leave Expat pensioners in EU ‘£50,000 poorer’ with a frozen pension

May 17, 2016 Frozen Pensions 1 Comment

telegraph_OUTLINE-smallThe Telegraph has run a story warning that British Pensioners living in the European Union face a frozen pension in the future if Britain votes for Brexit.

At the moment British pensioners living in the EU do have their State Pensions uprated in full, however the Telegraph’s James Connington warns that  uprating may well be a victim of any post Brexit negotiations.

The Telegraph claims that affected pensioners stand to lose as much as £50,000 over 20 years, as a result of having their pension frozen.

The full Telegraph article can be read HERE.



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  1. shadsfan
    August 6, 2016 - 8:53 pm

    I heard a rumour to this effect in the UK over three years ago and you can bet that the government would love this to happen! What an immoral stand from them, all on the backs of fully paid up pensioners!

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