Labour's deputy leader Harriet Harman says a major shake-up in the law is vital to smash the idea that people are 'past it' once they hit 65. In an interview with Dark Lochnagar Miss Harman, who will today announce a fast-track Government review of the retirement age, said it should be scrapped. Britons would be forced to work beyond 65 and would not have the option to choose to - meaning they could be forced to work on into their 70s or even their 80s.
The change in the law would cover staff who have already signed contracts that say they will retire at the normal age. It would also alter the point at which the state pension can be claimed.
We've worked hard all our days, Harman YOU BITCH. We haven't all got gold plated PENSIONS LIKE YOU, YOU ARSEHOLE!
PAY US A DECENT PENSION AND LET US RETIRE AT 65!