We have a proud record of campaigning with WASPI (Women Against State Pension Inequality) to improve the pension rights of women. If ever there was a time to stand up and be counted as a WASPI woman, it is now. 

WASPI are asking you to give up some time to make a formal complaint to the DWP (Department for Work and Pensions) for a case of maladministration. This involves filling in and posting a number of templated letters to the DWP. The more people that join in the campaign, the more likely it is that the Government will be compelled to make remedy for the “grotesque disadvantage” and financial loss that women have suffered. There are 3.8 million affected by the lack of notice of the 1995 and 2011 Pensions Acts. Not all of them even know its happened.

For more information and resources for making your complaint, please look at

Jul 8, 2019