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SPECIAL REPORT: Why millions of Britons will never get the £151-a-week new state pension   From April 6 2016, pension payout supposed to be flat-rate of £151.25 a week Money Mail reveals millions won't get state pension they were promised Only 37% of eligible people will be able to claim the maximum payout It will take decades before contracted-out years stop having huge impact

Why millions of Britons will never get the new state pension

New state pension forecasts are now available online. People of all ages can try new online tool, which is still in 'beta' test stage State pension overhaul from next Wednesday will introduce new flat rate of £155.65 a week.

New state pension forecasts are now available online with online tool

New state pension forecasts are now available online. People of all ages can try new online tool, which is still in 'beta' test stage State pension overhaul from next Wednesday will introduce new flat rate of a week.

A new Government scheme aims to help those who will miss out on the new flat-rate state pension

We can reveal that savers who retired before April 6 will see their pensions rise more slowly than those who reach state pension age after that date.

New state pension shambles: Millions are livid because they're not getting what they were promised - and it's so complex even experts are baffled  New state pension supposed to be flat rate of around £151.25 a week Thousands received statements confirming pension payment reductions Government frantically trying to find clearer way to explain new system  Leading actuaries admit even they are confused by the figures Savers urged to contract out of second pensions in 1980s now penalised

New state pension shambles: Millions are livid because they're not getting what they were promised - and it's so complex even experts are baffled

From April the current basic state pension will be replaced by a new payout that ministers pledged would leave many better off and put an end to the complicated system of credits and top-ups.

A British 1948 National Insurance stamp, once used to collect contributions to the scheme.-The government set about implementing William Beveridge's plans for the creation of a 'cradle to grave' welfare state, and set in place an entirely new system of social security. Among the most important pieces of legislation was the National Insurance Act 1946, in which people in work paid a flat rate of national insurance. In return, they (and the wives of male contributors) were eligible for…

A British 1948 National Insurance stamp, once used to collect contributions to the scheme.-The government set about implementing William Beveridge's plans for the creation of a 'cradle to grave' welfare state, and set in place an entirely new system of social security. Among the most important pieces of legislation was the National Insurance Act 1946, in which people in work paid a flat rate of national insurance. In return, they (and the wives of male contributors) were eligible for…

The IFS cautioned that if relief was changed to a flat rate of anything below 30 per cent, those who had already paid more tax during their working lives would ¿lose out¿ in retirement

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Report lays bare plight of elderly people living in poverty in Wales. A 91-year-old woman was so short of money that she dried toilet paper on a radiator so she could reuse it and survived on just one or two boiled potatoes a day, a report into poverty among the elderly has revealed.  The woman, a widow from Swansea in south Wales, lived in fear that she would not be able to afford to pay her rent and council tax and would be evicted from her small flat.

Report lays bare plight of elderly people living in poverty in Wales

Final salary pensions in the private sector have closed their doors to new staff at the fastest rate on record, according to the National Association of Pension Funds (NAPF).

Jackie Chan Film Editor Anne V. Coates to Get Honorary Oscars

Jackie Chan Film Editor Anne V. Coates to Get Honorary Oscars

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College student gets 100 days in slammer for registering dead voters for Dems | Fox News

College student gets 100 days in slammer for registering dead voters for Dems

College student gets 100 days in slammer for registering dead voters for Dems | Fox News

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