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Arran residents hit by pension date change

Government plans to raise the state pension age to 68 from 2037, seven years earlier than planned, will affect up to 500 people on Arran, it has been revealed.

Figures from the Scottish Parliament Information Centre show that 13,999 men and women, born between April 6, 1970, and April 5, 1978, living in North Ayrshire will now be forced to wait a year longer to get their state pension, after the government announced it would bring forward an increase in the state pension age which wasn’t due until 2044.

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