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Resources to help 1950’s women to put their views, and concerns across while taking action.

A List of Councils & District Councils Supporting WASPI with the redrafted Motion (2022) to include the latest developments in the Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman's investigations. You can access and download it here
The Motion for District and County Councils has been redrafted to include the latest developments in the Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman's investigation. You can access it here
Here's a link to the House of Commons' Library Document "Increases in the State Pension age for Women born in the 1950s"  On the right-hand side there is a list of supporting documents. If you want the current list of...
Although we're not qualified to give pensions or benefits advice, we think the link below may be helpful for people who are not sure about their benefit entitlement: Entitledto Benefit Calculator
It would be useful to know what DWP holds on your personal file and we suggest all WASPI campaigners should ask for this information. Requests for personal information are also called ‘Subject Access Requests’ or 'SARs' and the DWP...
The Department of Work and Pension are currently not accepting any new complaints of Maladministration regarding the increase of the State Pension age for women born in the 1950s.  This is because of a Judicial Review undertaken by another campaign...

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