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The Department for Work

The Department for Work and Pensions plans to provide face-to-face advice to pensioners about retirement planning. The advisers would refer any inquiries about personal pensions or other products to websites or financial advisers.

But the move may do little to assuage the anger of many pensioners, pictured here demonstrating near Parliament last week, who believe the Government is giving them a raw deal on pensions, healthcare and LTC.

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