‘Triple lock’ pension guarantee to be temporarily suspended: how much state pension will you get in 2022?
The annual boost to the state pension will be temporarily watered down to avoid a costly surge in payments for retirees in the aftermath of the pandemic.
Millions of pensioners could get a record boost to their state pension next year under the 'triple lock' guarantee thanks to artificially high earnings growth.
Find out how much state pension you'll get paid next year, plus how much the additional state pension and lifetime allowance limit will be.
The government has confirmed that the state pension will increase next year as the triple lock has been maintained for 2021-22. But how much could you get?
Will the state pension triple lock be scrapped to help pay for the government’s coronavirus spending?
The government is being urged to scrap the state pension triple lock system to plug its coronavirus deficit. Is the guarantee under threat?
Millions of pensioners are on track to get a bumper £351 pay rise in April 2020 as earnings growth looks set to beat inflation this year.
Pensioners could see the scrapping of the state pension triple lock, free bus passes and free TV licences, according to a new government report
You can still receive your state pension if you retire overseas - but your payments may be frozen, depending on the destination you choose.
With a snap general election announced for 8 June, uncertainty hangs over the future of the state pension – and how much it rise will every year. Since 2010, pensioners...