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‘I was burnt out’ – the joys and fears of economic inactivity
Readers reveal how they have spent their time since retiring – be it helping with childcare, renting property, gardening or worrying about the future

Jedidajah Otte and Guardian readers

27, May, 2023 @3:00 PM

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‘Sustainable’ pension funds accused of greenwashing over billions held in oil and gas firms
Warning comes as UK watchdog set to tighten rules for asset managers given short-term targets

James Tapper

14, May, 2023 @7:00 AM

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UK will have to raise retirement age after election, minister says
Work and pensions secretary says his successor will have to ‘grasp nettle’ of bringing forward rise to 68

Rowena Mason Whitehall editor

11, May, 2023 @3:48 PM

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British workers increasingly likely to work into their 70s, research suggests
Cost of living crisis forcing some older people to stay in work as data shows 61% increase in number of over-70s in employment

Rob Davies

30, Apr, 2023 @1:15 PM

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Pensions are a costly problem we need to talk about | Phillip Inman
There are serious inequalities in how Britons save for retirement and in the health of those who have retired. Why?

Phillip Inman

22, Apr, 2023 @4:00 PM

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Exam marking boycott by UK university staff could delay graduations this summer
University and College Union to go ahead with industrial action after members reject offer on pay and working conditions

Richard Adams Education editor

18, Apr, 2023 @3:50 PM

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UK pensions: how to make sure you get the best income in retirement
Experts offer tips on how to make the best of your contributions – and whether you could even afford to retire early

Patrick Collinson

16, Apr, 2023 @6:00 AM

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UK pensions: how much do you need to retire as the cost of living soars?
As inflation bites into pension pots, we find out what it takes to keep up your standard of living

Patrick Collinson

15, Apr, 2023 @6:00 AM

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Pensioner-dependent Tories have set the UK on the road to ruin
By kicking retirement reforms down the road again, vote-hungry politicians are allowing a wealthy generation to prosper at the expense of the young

Phillip Inman

08, Apr, 2023 @4:00 PM

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Postponing state pension age decision ‘not exactly a sign of strength’, Jacob Rees-Mogg tells Tories – as it happened
Latest updates: former business secretary says postponing decision about rise in state pension is ‘a decision in itself’

Andrew Sparrow

30, Mar, 2023 @3:58 PM

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Decision on bringing forward UK pension age rise to 68 delayed until after election
Move affecting millions born in early 1970s unlikely to come before general election expected in 2024

Phillip Inman

30, Mar, 2023 @1:56 PM

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Millennial generation despairs of being able to afford to retire
We asked them a simple question: How much do you pay into a private pension? The answers that came back were stark

Jedidajah Otte

27, Mar, 2023 @8:00 AM

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