To complain to DWP re:WASPI site Pension Inequality

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https://www.theyworkforyou.com/wrans/?i ... ns+Females



ask the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions, whether the Government plans to provide transitional financial support to women affected by the change in the retirement age; and if he will make a statement.
Hi to all the women interested in this thread.

I received a letter from the Independent Case Examiner yesterday, to state that once I confirm that my complaint has been accurately defined, the ICE team will accept my case.

I will keep you all informed.

Regards
Huegatort wrote:Hi to all the women interested in this thread.

I received a letter from the Independent Case Examiner yesterday, to state that once I confirm that my complaint has been accurately defined, the ICE team will accept my case.

I will keep you all informed.

Regards
Is this letter the one stating dedicated team in October.
Hi sunnydisposition

Yes, and all complaints are generally looked at in strict date order based on the date the complaint was accepted. It also states that due to volume, we will not be in a position to contact you again until your complaint is allocated for investigation.

I hope that any woman reading this that hasn't complained should consider doing so as soon as possible; after all it's your pension!

Regards
Please sign....
https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/200088

Petition
Make fair transitional state pension arrangements for 1950’s women

That this Government without delay recognises the need for a non-means tested bridging pension for women born on or after 6/4/1950 who are affected by the 1995 and 2011 Pension Acts and compensate those at risk of losing up to around £45,000, to also give proper notification for any future changes.
I hate being negative but I honestly don't feel we will get it now. I should get my pension next July (2018) yet I have friends only months older who have been getting it for ages. Years in some cases.
There are still a lot of women who have six years to wait. So fighting the good fight will carry on. It's also about compensation for people who have already be waiting and people who should have received their pension.

All is not lost!
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