On the go: Life expectancies at age 65 are around five months lower for both males and females than they were a year ago, at 19.8 years and 22.4 years according to the Continuous Mortality Investigation. The figures come with caveats but are expected to cut £20bn from FTSE 350 defined benefit liabilities.

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