Blog: Thousands could miss out on state pension due to Brexit – are you affected? – Express

Meanwhile, pensioners could be about to witness the biggest increase to their state pension in a decade, thanks to a predicted increase of up to four percent.

Although the triple lock will be put on hold for 2022, some say that a significant boost is still on the cards via the double lock.

If the state pension did increase by four percent, it would mean retirees receiving the full basic state pension would get £186.78 each week, an increase of £7.18.

This equates to £373.36 extra per year.

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