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Minimum retirement age to go up to 55 from 50

Workers in the UK will not be able to retire and take their pension until they are 55 years old, up from the current lower limit of 50, from 2010.

This is one of the changes in the Green Paper &#39Simplicity, Security and Choice: Working and saving for retirement&#39 published by the Government today.

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