Retirement rethink

October 21, 2005

Current lecturers will retain their right to retire at 60 after the Government abandoned plans to extend the statutory public-sector retirement age to 65.

In a compromise deal, designed to head off far-reaching strikes across education, health and the civil service, the Government said that only workers who start careers next year will have to work to 65.

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