Millions of people could be forced to work until they are 75, the Government has hinted as details of a review into the state pension age were published.
Ministers have announced a radical review of the pensions regime amid concerns that he current system is not "affordable in the long-term".
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The review will be chaired by Sir John Cridland, the former head of the Low Pay Commission, and will assess whether the current pensions system is "affordable in the long-term".
Those under the age of about 55 could be affected by the shake-up, which will consider what the state retirement age should be from April 2028. The results will be published next May.
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