State Pension Consultation

As part of the Labour Party’s commitment to ensuring dignity and security in older age, we are launching a national conversation across the country to discuss how we can best protect and improve the State Pension. This process will complement the Pensions Commission which Labour established at the beginning of 2017.

Whoever you are, we want to hear from you. For instance, we want to hear from Labour members and people from pensions groups, trade unions, local authorities, WASPI groups and charities. 

For anyone who would like to submit evidence to the consultation you can contribute to the Party’s policy making process by using the submission box below or by emailing your responses to 

Download the consultation document below:

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You can play a part in shaping Labour policy by sharing your ideas in a submission. This will be considered by the relevant Policy Commission as part of our open and democratic policy making process.

You can also join the debate by reading other people’s submissions here and responding with your own comments.

Click here to see what topics the eight policy commissions are focusing on this year. Do remember to select this topic in the submission form for the Commission to discuss at their next meeting.

Find out more about how to make submissions and Labour’s policy making process here.

Content of submissions is the responsibility of the poster, and their appearance on this website does not imply endorsement by the Labour Party.

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