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'Striking' revelations on pension reform

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Independent research by pension expert John Ralfe suggests the increase in retirement age from 60 to 67 for public sector workers might not save much because the benefits eventually available are more valuable than they are now.

The BBC's Robert Peston says these revelations are "striking" as the increase in retirement age was at the heart of the industrial dispute in November.


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