Women’s State Pension age: our findings on the Department for Work and Pensions’ communication of changes

Evidence we have considered

39. We have carefully considered the information made available to us. This includes:

  • what complainants have told us and evidence they have sent us
  • evidence DWP has provided, including information it gave us about how the changes were communicated, and when
  • relevant White Papers and Acts of Parliament
  • copies of DWP’s communication material, including its pensions awareness campaigns, leaflets, letters and websites
  • DWP’s published responses to Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests
  • DWP briefing packs, newsletters and bulletins
  • relevant research reports
  • relevant House of Commons briefing papers, fact sheets and reports
  • press reports
  • relevant court judgments
  • relevant applicable standards, as set out below
  • comments we have received about our provisional views.