Fund will address ‘historic injustice’
Labour has announced a fund of £58 billion to address the massive ‘historic injustice’ inflicted on 1950s-born women by the government, which moved their fixed pension age and robbed them of tens of thousands of pounds each in pension entitlement.
The women were not properly informed and were unable to plan for a revised retirement age, leaving many facing severe hardship – yet last night Boris Johnson refused to say he would help the women, known as ‘WASPI’ women, when asked during the BBC Question Time leaders’ special whether he would keep an earlier promise do so:
WASPI women said that Johnson had thrown away 3.6 million womens’ votes in the first minute or so of his Question Time appearance – but the reality is that the number is probably far higher, as the loved ones of the robbed women are also likely to turn their back on the Tory bandits.
The Labour government will right the wrong done to the nation’s mums and grandmas.
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