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Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) outlines plans to make £1.4 trillion in pension schemes work better for savers and the wider economy
The UK Government recently launched its Occupational Health Innovation Fund which has provided £1m funding to 10 projects to develop innovative new models of OH, using technology to improve the capacity and capability of OH …
More than a quarter of a million workplace training places for benefit claimants have been delivered in just three years, new data reveals.
Eligible tax credits only customers will automatically receive a Cost of Living payment.
Letters requesting a set of regulators to update their strategic approach to AI, with the intention of increasing the transparency around how they are implementing the AI Regulation White Paper proposals.
New powers for the Child Maintenance Service to recover cash from non-paying parents faster.
New group comprised of government and pension industry representatives to look at helping savers track their pensions.
From today low-income households will start to receive the third Cost of Living Payment worth £299.
Families struggling with energy bills are being urged to speak to their council for Household Support Fund help.
The Social Security Advisory Committee welcomes 6 new members.
Around 1.6 million private renters are set to receive a substantial boost to their housing support in April, as the Government lays legislation to increase Local Housing Allowance (LHA).
Around 82,500 renters in Wales are set to receive a boost to their housing support in April, as the Government lays legislation to increase Local Housing Allowance (LHA).
The Department for Work and Pensions has today appointed Anthony Arter CBE as the Interim Chair of The Pensions Ombudsman (TPO).
11.9 million Winter Fuel Payments and Pensioner Cost of Living Payments – worth over £4.8 billion – have been made to pensioners across the UK over the past month
The government responds to advice from the Advisory Council on the Misuse of Drugs (ACMD) on preventing drug misuse among vulnerable groups of people.
Around 8 million eligible households across the UK are set to receive a £299 Cost of Living Payment in February, as the Government unveiled its plans to reward work, reform welfare and grow the economy.
Government brings forward target to relocate 22,000 roles out of London from 2030 to 2027. Aberdeen, Darlington and Greater Manchester are to host second headquarters for major departments.
The Department for Work and Pensions has announced the appointment of Dame Judith Hackitt as the new interim Chair of the Office for Nuclear Regulation (ONR), effective from 1 January 2024.
£64 million of funding will be available to local partners of health and disability support services.
Minister for Pensions Paul Maynard addressed an audience at the Professional Pensions Investment Conference on Thursday 23 November.
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