CUMNOCK MP Allan Dorans joined over 70 MPs from all parties at an information session at the House of Commons recently, organised by the Women Against State Pension Injustice (WASPI) Campaign.

Anne Keen, Co-founder of the Women Against State Pension Injustice (WASPI) Campaign said:” We were delighted to see Mr Dorans at our event.

“He clearly understands the plight of women born in the 1950s who were denied several years of the State Pensions they paid into all their working lives. We couldn’t have wished for a better response to our invitations to MPs to attend the Drop-in session. It was quite overwhelming. The support for our campaign for justice was evident.

“We hope that Parliament will now address the issue as a matter of urgency. Many 1950s women are suffering.”

Mr Dorans commented “I have always been and will continue to be a strong supporter for the WASPI women whose pensions were stolen by successive governments.

“There are over 3.2 million affected in the UK and 6,700 in this constituency alone. I will continue to fight this injustice on their behalf.”