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General Election 2017: Priority actions for better later lives

We are delighted to launch our General Election 2017 manifesto: Priority actions for better later lives. The next government has an opportunity to address the challenges and seize the opportunities of an ageing population, to ensure everyone enjoys a good later life.

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Beyond the 'triple lock': What next for better later lives?

In the run up to the UK General Election on 8 June, the Centre for Ageing Better is delighted to present a special breakfast panel event to debate the issues for people in later life that are being focused on – or being overlooked – as part of the main parties’ election campaigns.

Blog

Getting online, but not clicking with it?

ONS data released last week shows that internet usage is growing fastest amongst those approaching and in retirement. This is great news, meaning more people in later life than ever before have access to the services and opportunities that the internet provides. However, as with all statistics, the devil is in the detail.

Interactive report

People are living longer

By 2024, there will be 18 million people aged 60 and over – 3.1 million more than today. More than one in four of us will be over 60.

Interactive report

General Election 2017: Priority actions for better later lives

We are delighted to launch our interactive General Election 2017 manifesto: Priority actions for better later lives.

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