An government review has been announced. Its terms of reference are given on the website.
The Parliament website has links to recent bills, briefing papers, reports and debates on all aspects of pension reform.
The Independent Review of Retirement Income (IRRI) recently suggested that people need more help in preparing financially for retirement
The Pensions Policy Institute also recently released a report
All show problems in preparing for retirements amongst certain sections of the British public.
IFS has produced some useful resources on pension income and pension age. They include a historical summary from 1948-2010
They have also recently analysed the impact of the rise in female pension age on the labour market
and considered future patterns of work, retirement and pension income
Other key groups that have commented and researched pension reform include:
NatCent social research report on changes to work and income around retirement age.
TUC reports on inequality and pensions.
Citizen Advice consumer researche on how older people think about pensions and retirement.
PWC blog on all aspects of pensions including this paper on flexible working and the future of pensions.
IEA has called for faster reform.
International Longevity Research centre has reports on recent social science research on the nature and impact of retirement.
Pensions and Lifetimes savings Association. Industry body