Following the stories in the the papers on 19/08/2019, about State Pension Age being raised to 75, Amber Rudd (the then Secretary of State for DWP) visited Plymouth the following day, and the following was reported in the local paper:
A government minister has set the mind of Plymouth's 20-somethings at ease, promising that future generations will not have to keep working until they are 75.
A report by the Tory think tank the Centre for Social Justice has suggested that the state pension age should be raised to 70 by 2028 and to 75 by 2035 to help boost the UK economy.
But Amber Rudd, the Work and Pensions Secretary, on a visit to Plymouth on Tuesday, said: “That is not government policy.
“The government policy is set at young people entering the workforce to retire at 68, and there’s no prospect of raising that age to 75.
I would rule it out, yes.”
https://www.plymouthherald.co.uk/news/p ... nt-3231734