Parliament's Petitions Committee has been in touch - having seen our webchat with Mhairi Black about women's state pension ages - to ask whether MNers would like to have some input into a Westminster Hall debate about the issue.
This debate is as a result of a petition calling for the government to 'Make fair transitional state pension arrangements for 1950s women' getting the required number of signatures for a Parliament debate.
The Committee is after MNers' thoughts on the following questions; you can see links to the first Commons debate here (video) and here (transcript).
What were the most important points in the first debate for you? What do you think should have been covered that was not?
What points do you think a second debate should focus on?
What questions would you ask the Minister following their response to the debate?
Your thoughts will be fed back to MPs taking part in the Westminster Hall debate.
Women's state pension age: Parliament debate - add your views?
RowanMumsnet · 21/01/2016 14:39
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