UK Government announces plans to phase out the default retirement age

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The UK Government has announced plans to phase out the Default Retirement Age which under the Employment Equality (Age) Regulations 2006 enables an employer to retire an employee at 65. The Government's proposals are subject to consultation from October 2010.

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