In the UK, pensions have triggered a more contentious debate, as new regulations change the landscape of how pensions will be delivered in the future, and when they will be received. 

The Conservative-Liberal coalition government, since they took power in 2010, have put their foot on the peddle of pension reform, which will effect the public and the private sectors. 

Currently there is a draft pensions bill, which could bring forward the new state pension age of 66 rising to...


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