A transgendered woman finally gets her UK State pension. After several years of fighting, The European Court of Justice has ruled that a transgendered woman can receive her UK state pension without a gender recognition certificate.
The lady, who preferred to stay anonymous and who is referred to as MB, applied for her state pension at the age of 60. She was told that she would have to wait until she was 65 – the retirement age for men. The reason for their refusal was because she didn’t have a gender recognition certificate.Read More...
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