British expat pensions risk being frozen under no deal Brexit

Pedro Gonçalves
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Britons who have retired to EU countries will no longer be guaranteed increases in their state pension three years after Brexit, according to the UK government. The Department for Work and Pensions announced it had committed to increase the pension benefit paid to those living in the EU each year until March 2023, according to the triple lock rules. Experts accused officials of stepping back from "repeated assurances" that the state pensions of retired British citizens in the EU would continue to grow regardless of Brexit after 2023. The move, which would affect current pensioner...

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