This discussion paper intends to inform public debate on what new age - or equal range of ages - the state scheme should move to and how quickly. In its conclusion, the paper notes that the Government does not think it wise to continue with unequal pension ages for men and women, bearing in mind the social and economic changes that have occurred since these ages were set half a century ago.
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