British Pensions in Australia (BPiA) fights for the rights of many thousands of British expat pensioner members.
BPiA is an incorporated non profit volunteer association and a founder member of the International Consortium of British Pensioners (ICBP).
BPiA represents Australian resident UK state pensioners who have paid into the mandatory UK National Insurance scheme in their working lives.
BPiA's primary mission is to force the UK Government to treat us fairly, equally and without discrimination, by recognising our right to parity with UK and many other international pensioners and annually indexing the UK pension to which we are entitled. See Pension Policies & Judgments for a full background explanation.
Have you ever worked in the UK?
BPiA will assist you to:
See FAQ for all you need to get started and to download UK State Pension application forms.
BPiA: ABN 42 186 383 389
See our March 2020 Update for the latest on our campaign in Westminster and Canberra. You can find it under News and Reports/President's Newsletter and download it from there.
Recently an excellent article appeared in the UK’s Guardian, featuring one of BPiA’s older members, Robert Hayley.
This is the precursor to a more focused campaign, the launch of “Broken Faith”. This is a booklet with the stories of WW2 veterans, including Robert Hayley, and others who have fought for the UK in its subsequent military confrontations and now suffer from “frozen pensions”
Go to News and Reports/Pensions in the Media to read the article.
To find out how YOU can benefit, click FAQ and see a list of practical actions to take NOW or read more at About BPiA.
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