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In 2010 we stopped getting any older. The implications are huge

Maybe we should be thinking about cancelling increases in the state pension age, not raising itThe most profound change to human life over the previous 100 years came to a halt in 2010. In the decades before it, life expectancy in Britain kept rising, with men, in particular, born in the 1920s and 1930s enjoying far longer and healthier lives than ever expected.This increase in lifespan has affected everything – from housing to health to pensions. It’s why we need to find ever greater sums for the NHS. It’s

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