Tories kick the pensioners due to the fact there is nothing left to take from the unemployed.

The “triple lock” on state pension increases are set to be shelved by 2020 by a Tory government.
The Government is to call time on the measure which promises the state pension will rise each year by the highest of one of three measures: wage growth, inflation or 2.5pc.
Introduced by the Coalition government in 2010, the lock means the basic state pension is worth £106.8p a year more than it would have been if only a “double lock” – based solely on earnings and prices – had applied.

Don’t forget Mrs May it’s the old section of our community who always vote.


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