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But he added: “For those families who depend on our pensions the worst of this will be the impacts on their children.

“This is a huge step forward and we are delighted this will end the long-running dispute over the funding that goes into our pensions and for my constituents’ children.

“But for the rest of us, it is still the wrong option.”

Mr Cameron, as an MP for a seat on the parliamentary committee of both houses of parliament, had been expected to back pensioner benefits during his speech.

The Liberal Democrat leader said it was time the government a바카라ccepted the arguments made by families with young children.

“It’s right that the government recognises the cost and benefit of living pressures facing families and we must be clear that those with young children must also bear some of the costs,” he said.

“But they must do it with sound thinking and not just wishful thinking.”

The prime minister promised to extend current pension age rules for workers for 25 years, so that workers age pensioners by this stage will not have to wait more than 15 years for their benefits to be uprated.

This would free up public finances from pensioner contributions to the deficit, which has been growing fast.

“The Government should give pensioners at least the same rights as younger workers to stay in their current jobs, or if th바카라사이트eir job becomes more valuable, to move into new ones,” Mr Cameron said.

He said pensioners who wanted their pay rise should be paid for it within 10 years.

“We want to make sure that people who contribute to society stay in touch, receive their full pensions and live to full capacity,” he said.

But Liberal Democrat MP Jim McMahon said: “There was little sign from the prime minister of a 바카라willingness to consider the implications of such an extension of age for the millions of young people who earn a fair pension but would rather pay their own way.”

Lib Dem health minister Caroline Flint said: “For more than a decade, the Tories and their Lib Dems have tried to ram through a freeze on paid parental leave and this is the latest of their shameful efforts.”

The Liberal Democrats have insisted that pensioners should not be offered less than working age and they said there was evidence that older people have been cut back from benefits.

In an article for the Sunday Times, David Cameron said: “You don’t get a job if you’re not as goo