Australian-based UK expat frozen pensions campaigner dies

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The chairman of the British Pensions in Australia (BPiA) organisation, James ("Jim") Tilley has died in Sydney, aged 83.Tilley, who will be remembered as a fiercely committed champion of more than 230,000 British expats penalised by the UK's frozen pensions policy in Australia, was honoured in an article published in the Sydney Morning Herald yesterday. The frozen pensions crisis which currently affects about 230,000 expat British pensioners in Australia alone and many more thousands of UK expats around the world. They do not receive the annual British cost of living pension increase...

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