The excellent Labour MP Grahame Morris has been a steadfast advocate for ‘WASPI’ women – the women penalised by ill-conceived and callous government changes to pension laws, costing them up to £45,000 each from their pension entitlement.
Grahame’s face was a picture when a government minister at a debate Morris had arranged outraged WASPI women by telling them to get apprenticeships instead of retiring:
Grahame has launched a petition to gather support for his campaign to get fair arrangements for the WASPI women and to reverse the huge injustice that has been done to them by a callous and incompetent Tory government:
https://t.co/hdD1XyzLpB Women have been robbed of their pensions, sign and share my petition to bring justice for 1950's WASPI Women.
— Grahame Morris (@grahamemorris) September 13, 2017
Please show your support for these ill-treated women and for an outstanding Labour MP by signing the petition here – and then sharing it.
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