Two women affected by controversial changes to the state pension age have lost their Court of Appeal challenge.
Julie Delve, 62, and Karen Glynn, 63, brought a challenge over the changes after losing a landmark High Court fight against the Department for Work and Pensions last year.
On Tuesday, senior judges unanimously dismissed that appeal.
They said introducing the same state pension age for men and women did not amount to unlawful discrimination.
The senior justices said: “Despite the sympathy that we, like the members of the Divisional Court [High Court], feel for the appellants and other women in their position, we are satisfied that this is not a case where the court can interfere with the decisions taken through the parliamentary process.”