Renfrewshire women fighting against pension injustice vowed that they are "not going away" backed by Paisley and Renfrewshire North MP Gavin Newlands at recent Sma' Shot Day parade.
Members of the Women Against State Pension Injustice (WASPI) campaign were joined by Paisley and Renfrewshire North MP Gavin Newlands, who has pledged his support to the cause.
Liz Daly, of West Dunbartonshire WASPI (Women Against State Pension Injustice), says the group will carry on fighting for 'fair and fast' compensation and 'we are not going away'.
A Dumbarton gran has vowed to continue to fight for compensation for thousands of local women – one year since the DWP was condemned over pension changes.
Livingston MP Hannah Bardell has confirmed her support for justice for the 6,400 West Lothian women fighting for compensation by signing the Women Against State Pension Injustice (WASPI) Campaign pledge.
WASPI WOMAN Elizabeth Daly has worked non-stop since she was 15 years old but is still waiting to receive her State Pension. She said moves to increase the retirement age for women are a "national disgrace" and millions like her deserve compensation.
Local members of the WASPI Campaign headed to Manchester recently for a poignant memorial service. Liz Daly and Mary Theresa Hanson represented the West Dunbartonshire Waspi group as they paid respect to women who have died before reaching the new pension age of 66.
WASPI West Lothian Group held drop-in event at Howden Park, Livingston.
A group of women born in the 1950s have been fighting for justice after their pension age was raised with little time to prepare leaving many on the breadline.
A group’s continuing fight against pension inequality enjoyed an important victory when a parliamentary group highlighted failings in the Department of Work and Pensions’ approach to raising the state pension age.
Campaigners hope Ombudsmen's ruling will lead to compensation
Local WASPI members have been fighting against injustice and continue to wait for news of compensation.
Glasgow will turn purple in honour of women fighting for pension justice across the UK for the last five years.
Edinburgh West Lib Dem MP Christine Jardine has called on Boris Johnson to make good on his promise to help women affected by the rising state pension age after a watchdog ruled the UK government had been too slow to warn women about it.
Thanks to Anne McLaughlin MP for North East Glasgow for raising our concerns that the Policing and Sentencing Act will prohobit us from future protests at Westminster. Link to the extract on her facebook page below.
Publicising our succesful march in The February by the West Dunbartonshire Group.
Report of our recent Demonstration in Glasgow with participants from all over Scotland.
Following the debate in Westminster asked for by Patricia Gibson Ayrshire MP
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