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The home of Social Security Advisory Committee on GOV.UK.
This briefing note sets out conclusions and recommendations for out of work benefit reform.
Introduction The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) published Shaping…
Read the minutes of the Social Security Advisory Committee meetings.
SSAC response to the consultation on abolishing Class 2 NI and introducing a contributory benefit test to Class 4 NI for the self-employed.
Observations and recommendations on the department’s emergency response to COVID-19.
Correspondence between SSAC and DWP about Jobseeker’s Allowance hardship payments in cases involving homelessness or mental health issues.
As part of its independent work programme, SSAC is conducting research that examines how public funds can be used most effectively to support the mobility needs of disabled people.
The SSAC is consulting on government proposals for moving claimants to Universal Credit from other working age benefits.
This report considers the use of public funds in supporting the mobility needs of disabled people.
Correspondence between SSAC and the Minister for Employment about The Universal Credit (Coronavirus) (Restoration of the Minimum Income Floor) Regulations 2021
A report by the Social Security Advisory Committee (SSAC) on the regulation and response from the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions.
The Minister for Work and Pensions, the Baroness Deborah Stedman-Scott OBE DL, has appointed Matthew Doyle to the Social Security Advisory Committee (SSAC).
Correspondence between SSAC and DWP about the Universal Credit surplus earnings and self-employed losses for Universal Credit claimants.
This report assesses the future of working age contributory benefits for those not in paid work.
Correspondence between the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions and the SSAC on amendments to regulations to support they Way to Work campaign.
Correspondence between SSAC and the minister for Welfare Delivery about The Housing Benefit (Persons who have attained the qualifying age for State Pension Credit) (Amendment) Regulations 2021.
The Social Security Advisory Committee will examine government proposals to move existing claimants on working age income-related benefits to Universal Credit.
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