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Now maladministration has been found in stage one of the PHSO investigation, stage two will look at whether an injustice has taken place for the complainants.

If it is found there was an injustice that has not already been remedied, which is not guaranteed, then there is a third step.

The PHSO can then make recommendations to put things right.

It cannot recommend the DWP reimburse “lost” pensions, or revert the state pension age back to 60.





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