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Work and Pensions Committee
Report and Government response published.
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
Evidence given by Rt Hon Lord Willetts, Executive Chair, The Resolution Foundation (formerly Minister of State for Universities and Science), Rt Hon Steve Webb, Director of Policy, Royal London (former Minister of State for Pensions)
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 Michael Johnson, Research Fellow, Centre for Policy Studies
Evidence given by Sally West, Income and Poverty Strategy Adviser, Age UK, Dan Wilson Craw, Policy and Communication Manager, Generation Rent, Ashley Seager, Co-founder and advisory board member, Intergenerational Foundation, Neil Duncan-Jordan, National Officer, National Pensioners' ConventionBen Franklin, Head of Economics of an Ageing Society, International Longevity Centre UK, Rachael Saunders, Age at Work Director, Business in the Community