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‘Big changes needed’

But Shadow Work and Pensions Secretary John McDonnell told the BBC’s Daily Politics programme: «The Government has made massive changes to the way people who get the state pension and their pensions are funded.

«And you are going to see huge changes needed as a result of this, some of which I think could be fairly called radical.

«I think there are some of the things they are saying that make me doubt the changes they’re going to go ahead with are big enough.»

He added: «If you’ve got a state pension you need to be in work. If you’ve got a national pension you need to be in work.»

Chancellor George Osborne also pledged on Wednesday to «rebalance» Britain’s pension system, with changes to public services, including the National Insurance system, to protect older workers.