State Pension Support in UK Law
Abdirahman v Leicester City Council
It seems to me plain that UK law makes a distinction between a right to reside, which is conferred only on British citizens, certain Commonwealth citizens, qualified persons as defined by the Immigration (European Economic Area) Regulations 2000 and the various additional categories mentioned in the definition of “persons from abroad” such as refugees, those with indefinite leave to remain and those to whom exceptional leave to remain has been granted, on the one hand, and any lesser status, in particular that of an EEA national who is in this country having entered lawfully, has committed no breach of immigration law, but is not a qualified person and therefore does not enjoy the benefit of regulation 14 which confers a “right to reside”.
I accept Mr Sales' proposition that the European cases show that, in this area, the scope of application of the Treaty, for the purposes of article 12, includes both cases where a right of residence arises directly under the Treaty and those where it arises separately under the law of the Member State. It does not extend to cases where no right of residence exists under either the Treaty or the relevant domestic law.
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Robin Blackburn: Banking on Death or Investing in Life: The History and Future of Pensions.
...... target for the political Right, following its successes against the State in other areas such as privatisation, deregulation and the imposition of ... developed countries, is ageing, and that the cost of supporting this growing old-aged population will put unbearable pressure on state ......
So How Are Those 'Pension Freedoms' Working Out?
...... retire today will live a reasonably long time and need finances to support themselves. The state pension, whether the old one or the single tier ......
Pensions In 2016
...... So, what's to come in 2016?. Contracting out and the state second pension. Up to April 2016, the UK's state pension system is based ...One is the state pension which is not something that alone will support a comfortable retirement. Then there is the state second pension system in ......
Pensions in 2016
It is becoming a truism that in pensions each year is more interesting than the last. Interesting for lawyers that is as more and more layers are added to UK pension regulation....... So, what's to come in 2016?. Contracting out and the state second pension. Up to April 2016, the UK's state pension system is based ...One is the state pension which is not something that alone will support a comfortable retirement. Then there is the state second pension system in ......
So How are Those "Pension Freedoms" Working Out?
In April 2015 the UK woke up to a world of freedom. Pension freedom. From that date if you had a defined contribution pension pot and were 55 or over, it was up to you what you did with the money. ......... retire today will live a reasonably long time and need finances to support themselves. The state pension, whether the old one or the single tier ......