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Young people’s falling long-term economic prospects will not be improved by cutting pensioner benefits to fund more public spending on the young, says a new TUC report.
Pensioner families across the UK will suffer social security cuts worth £6.38bn a year by the time the government’s welfare reforms have taken full effect, the TUC warned yesterday (18 August)
Scottish Tory leader Ruth Davidson has been challenged to outline how much more money she thinks should be taken away from OAPs.
The leader of the Green Party has welcomed the government's announcement of a universal state pension. But she said that the plans do not go far enough.
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