- The government says pensions are a “perk”—but we’ve paid for them. They are part of workers’ wages, deferred until retirement
- They say change is needed to avoid a pensions “crisis”. But the real crisis is that ordinary people live in poverty while there is no limit to the cash for bankers and war
- Our pensions aren’t “gold plated”. A quarter of civil service workers get under £40 a week
- The attacks hit the lowest paid the hardest. One in ten earning under £21,000 will opt out when contributions go up
What's the truth behind the headlines?