Manchester United Have Been Given Triple Boost By Rule Changes

Steven Cameron, pensions director at Aegon said: “This obscure technical detail has escaped the notice of pensions experts and had the government used this to justify no state pension increase next April, would have come as a shock to millions of state pensioners.

“While removing the legal barrier to granting an increase is welcome news, it may not be the final twist in the tail of the triple lock saga as it’s still to be seen if the government will stick rigidly to this formula year on year. 

“Doing so could see pensioners receive a 2.5 percent uplift next April and a much higher increase the following April if earnings growth rebounds after falling.

"This could come as many working age people might be struggling to regain pre Covid-19 earnings levels.”

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