The controversial Pensions Bill 2011 received its second reading in the House of Commons on 20 June 2011. The debate focused on the planned changes to the state pension age (SPA), in particular the timetable for equalising the SPA for women and men at 65 by 2018, ahead of a move to raise the age to 66 by 2020 (from the original plan of 2026). Also considered were the measures that will amend auto-enrolment, due to be introduced from 2012. The debate touched briefly on the switch from RPI to CPI. The Bill is now at committee stage with a third reading anticipated during October 2011.