Brid insisted on revisiting this issue because many pensioners, most of them women, stand to loose about 30 Euros per week in pension entitlements if the government is let get away with their plan to discriminate on an planned ‘ageist’ basis. She gave notice of her intention to mount a serious campaign nationally, on this issue, having been previously ruled out of order because to address the inequality would incur a cost to the State!
Tag: social welfare Bill 2016
Brid endorses an amendment to Social Welfare Bill 2016. The costs incurred by the State should be returned to the State, by an employer who acts illegally regarding unfair dismissals, as many do.
Leo Varadkar has no real answers when Brid pushes him on the unfair way in which he stands over pensions inequality planned for in the Social Welfare Bill 2016. This exchange was on the Select Committee on Social Protection, Nov 17. Brid has announced plans to mount a campaign on this most serious issue.