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Pensionable Age

Volume 498: debated on Tuesday 8 April 1952

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asked the Minister of National Insurance what estimate he has of the saving that would be made, if proposals being made by him to raise the pensionable age of men from 65 to 67 years of age, and for women from 60 to 62 years of age, were introduced.

As the hon. Member will have gathered from the statement made today by my right hon. Friend the Minister of National Insurance, he is making no such proposals.