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Workers must make 40 years of social insurance contributions to get a full State pension

Workers must make 40 years of social insurance contributions to get a full State pension.  That...

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09.36 14 Sep 2021


Workers must make 40 years of social insurance contributions to get a full State pension


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09.36 14 Sep 2021


Workers must make 40 years of social insurance contributions to get a full State pension.  That’s what a draft Commission on Pensions report will reportedly tell the Government. In reaction to this report, we spoke to Nat O'Connor is the Senior Public Affairs and Policy Expert at Age Action.

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