The Queen's Speech mentions the forthcoming Pensions Bill which will set a much earlier date for the planned rise in state pension age to 67.
So it's worth recapping what the effect of the change will be.
*Pension age would go up from 66 to 67 between 2026 and 2028, rather than 2034 to 2036.
*8 million people would be affected, those born between 6th April, 1960 and 5th April 1969.
*They'd lose up to 4% of the pension income they might expect over their lifetimes.
*The Department for Work and Pension would save £58.9bn and there'd be a gain of £9.7bn from tax and National Insurance as people had to work a year longer.
All this is from the DWP's own analysis.