WASPI Campaign 2018 members from Burton & Uttoxeter, Falkirk, Hartlepool, Salford & Eccles, Stroud, West Dunbartonshire and West Lothian laid wreaths, mourning the loss of their 1950s born women colleagues who didn't survive to reach their State Pension.
WASPI members and supporters from all over the UK flocked to Parliament Square on International Women’s Day (IWD) 8th March to remind politicians that they are still campaigning for fair and fast compensation for the lack of notice that their State Pension age had changed. Several WASPI groups also held activities in their local areas and some councils lit up their public buildings to support the campaign.
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On 20th July 2022 it was a year since the Ombudsman’s ruling of maladministration. 1950s women all over the UK held events to show that they are 'Not Going Away'