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The PHSO explained it was continuing its investigation on the DWPs communication of changes to the women’s state pension age for those born in the 1950s, a change WASPI has been fighting for some time now.
As PHSO detailed: “In October 2018, we issued a proposal to investigate a sample of complaints brought to us about the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) and the Independent Case Examiner (ICE) regarding changes in Women’s State Pension age.
“When the judicial review was announced, we found that it would consider issues related to those we were proposing to investigate. We paused looking at these complaints while those issues were being considered by the court.
“Following the High Court ruling, we began our investigation into a sample of six complaints about DWP’s communication of changes to women’s state pension age.
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