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Labour vows to do more for the ‘WASPI’ women – and freeze the age at 66 

The pension triple lock will be protected over the parliament – making pensions rise by at least 2.5% a year, with inflation or earnings, whichever is highest

Free bus passes and the Winter Fuel Allowance will be guaranteed to all

Labour will give extra pension tax credits and look at more transitional protection for ‘WASPI’ women, born in the 1950s and who lost out when their state pension age was increased

The state pension age will be halted at 66 – for now – as Tory plans to increase it to 67 between 2026 and 2028 and 68 by 2046 are rejected

A new “flexible” retirement age will be considered to reflect different types of worker and background