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People. Planet. Prosperity. Work and Pensions Secretary delivered a speech at Policy Exchange on how pensions can be a superpower to help us achieve Net Zero.
Hundreds of thousands of people to be supported as part of the more than £500 million expansion of the government's Plan for Jobs.
The Chancellor will today (30 September) pay tribute to the resolve of the British public as the Government moves to the next phase of its Plan for Jobs, part of a £400 billion support package for the economy.
Vulnerable households across the country will be able to access a new £500m support fund to help them with essentials over the coming months as the country continues its recovery from the pandemic.
The DWP is supporting those arriving from Afghanistan as part of Operation Warm Welcome, including earlier access to benefit and employment support.
New recommendations to give pension savers a voice in how their hard-earned savings are being looked after have today been published.
Post Office Card Accounts are to be extended for another year in order to safely move existing users over to traditional bank accounts or a new Payment Exception Service.
Following unprecedented fluctuations to earnings caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, the government has today announced legislation to set aside for one year the use of average earnings growth figures for State Pensions up-rati…
The Secretary of State for Work and Pensions explains uprating for State Pension and Industrial Death Benefit in relation to the general level of earnings for 2022 to 2023.
The Minister for Work and Pensions has confirmed the following reappointments to the Social Security Advisory Committee.
More accessible housing, easier commuting and better job prospects are set to become reality for millions of disabled people in the UK through actions set out in the government’s National Disability Strategy.
Anthony Arter will continue in his role as the Pensions Ombudsman for another year.
The new Health and Disability Green Paper – launched today – will pave the way for a fairer future of the benefits system to better meet the needs of disabled people and those with health conditions.
Government has announced a package of measures to help address the shortage of hauliers.
Measures introduced to support recruitment and retention within the road haulage industry to ease pressure on the sector.
A new type of pension scheme, with the potential to provide better retirement outcomes and stability, will move a step closer today.
Today (Thursday 15 July 2021), Baroness Stedman-Scott will set out plans to extend bereavement support to cohabiting couples with children.
Independent Green Jobs Taskforce issues call to action on how the UK can deliver a green industrial revolution with government, business and the education sector working together.
Plans to support savers seeking access to their pension pots are outlined today in a change to ensure people are fully informed before moving their money.
Fast-tracked access to benefits will be extended to more people diagnosed with a terminal illness, increasing the support for those nearing the end of their lives.
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