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Work and Pensions Committee
Accepting written submissions; the deadline is Friday 19 February 2016.
The inquiry aims to answer the question of whether the current generation of people in or approaching retirement will over the course of their lifetimes have enjoyed and accumulated much more housing and financial wealth, public service usage, and welfare and pension entitlements than more recent generations can hope to receive.
Questions the Committee is looking to address include:
Evidence given by Baroness Altmann, Minister for Pensions, Mary Pattison, Ageing Society and State Pensions Director, and Tom Younger, Deputy Director, Pensions Strategy and Analysis, Department for Work and Pensions.
Evidence given by Philip Booth, Editorial and Programme Director, Institute of Economic Affairs, Shiv Malik, Investigations Correspondent, The Guardian Paul Johnson, Director, Institute for Fiscal Studies, Andrew Hood, Research Economist, Institute of Fiscal Studies, James Sefton, Professor of Economics, Imperial College London
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Work and Pensions Committee hears on generation inequality and the future of welfare