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The "End Frozen Pensions" campaign gathered Frozen Pensioner's Stories from around the world for "Frozen Pensions Day" These stories are now available on the New BPiA Youtube Channel. You can go there by using the direct link on the Website (Top Bar, on the right) Or follow this link Why not "subscribe" to the channel while you are there!
The UK Press seem to be responding to the "Historic injustice" of British Frozen Pensions! This is in response to "Frozen Pensions Day", and the "Frozen Pensions Booklet" prepared by Tendo Consulting, and handed to The Prime Minister Daily Express: Daily Telegraph, as this article is Paywalled, here is the text from it. The Guardian: The Daily Mail is also preparing an article, which will be linked here when available.
The End Frozen Campaign, run by ICBP, designated 2nd Nov 2121 as "Frozen Pensions Day" They presented a booklet of research on frozen pensioners to the Prime Minister at 10 Downing Street The webpage is here The booklet has many stories and audio from Frozen Pensioners here
BBC report of UK Government defeat in the House of Lords
BPia's 2021 AGM is scheduled for Weds 10th Nov at 4pm AEDT. The meeting will be held online via ZOOM. See the Notice of AGM for details of how to attend the meeting.
CABP, Our Partner in the ICBP, have produced an informative promotional Video. British Pensioners in Australia should, of course contact BPiA, not the contacts shown in the video. CABP Video
Senator Ruston's letter
You can buy an awful lot of hospital beds for $110 million a year. In her reply to Sen Eric Abetz, Sen Anne Ruston, Minister for Social Services, says that the estimated indicative cost to Australia of the UK policy of not indexing British Pensions is $110 million annually Sen Ruston's reply to Sen Abetz
A BPiA member asked her MP (Milton Dick) what action the Australian government was taking concerning "frozen" UK Pensions. It was nice to see that he forwarded the question to George Brandis (Australian High Commissioner to the UK), and to Marise Payne (Minister for Foreign Affairs) Milton Dick's letter to George Brandis, and Marise Payne Marise Payne's reply was, of course, the standard reply that it is long standing UK policy, which is regularly raised with the UK Government. Marise Payne's reply