'Change to state pension age is truly shocking act of theft against women', says George Galloway

'Change to state pension age is truly shocking act of theft against women', says George Galloway

George Galloway says money has been stolen from women

Friday, December 22, 2017

George Galloway has called the change of the state pension age a "truly shocking act of theft" against women. 

The state pension age used to be 60 for women and 65 for men, but this has now been changed so both genders can recieve their pension at 65. it will rise to 66 by 2020.

George said: "It’s a truly shocking act of theft against women who brought up the current generation of leaders and captains and successful people.

"The best part of £60,000 has been stolen from them."

George and caller Paul also spoke about Trump's planned visit to the UK. Galloway said "word is that he’s going to fly in and declare [the new US embassy] open. If he does traffic will be congested around there that’s for sure."

Paul added: "I hope he doesn’t come over here because I think there will be trouble."

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