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Can Britain afford to pay its pension bill?

Only if British workers become much more productive

By Andy Davis  

Find all of the pieces from Prospect’s recent pensions supplement here

OMW logoThe realisation is taking hold that, like most developed nations, Britain faces a steadily mounting challenge over the next few decades to meet the retirement needs and expectations of its aging population. The state pension age is being equalised for women and men, and pushed up to reflect increasing longevity; millions of employees are being brought…

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