Campaigners are calling on Labour to give men and women the right to retire at 60 years-of-age.
Older people are swiftly becoming 'prime targets' for pension pot scammers, a leading advice charity has warned.
Savers who cash in and spend their pension pot should not expect to be able to claim means-tested benefits, the DWP warns.
Millions of pensioners and benefit claimants are being "fleeced" by rip-off 0845 helplines.
Labour grandee calls for mandatory living wage and conditions set for welfare payments as Iain Duncan Smith claims Tory reforms have saved £50bn
The think tank Policy Exchange also recommends "relaxing" benefit sanctions, "by issuing pre-paid benefit cards as a non-financial warning".
Pair claim that party will go further than ‘the vow’ made during referendum campaign promising more powers for Scottish parliament
Labour’s Parliamentary candidate for Macclesfield has called on David Cameron to be open and honest with pensioners
Facebook reacted with astonishment yesterday after it was revealed that a 90+ year-old gran had been ordered to attend a jobcentre interview.
Experts say Treasury’s questionable definition of welfare, including public sector pensions, inflates spending total by 40%
National Pensioners Convention warns 2.5% increase not enough for cost of living, adding pension left to wither on the vine
Age UK say that pensioners are missing out on benefits they are entitled too because of lack of awareness, stigma and overcomplicated claim forms.
Iain Duncan Smith is facing mounting pressure to explain why his department is raking in thousands of pounds from some of Britain's poorest citizens.
39% of respondents to a ComRes survey said the primary reason they did not have a private pension was because it was unaffordable.
Links to all of the news reports and press releases published by the Welfare News Service (WNS) in the last week.
The National Pensioners Convention (NPC) will call for the state pension to increase from £113 a week to £175, in a bid to help lift older people out of poverty.