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Millions of households across the UK will receive £300 directly from the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) between 31 October and 19 November.
A Private Members’ Bill to help millions save more into their pension and start saving sooner has cleared Parliament and been granted Royal Assent
Up to 25,000 people will benefit from new employment support starting today as part of the Government’s flagship Universal Support programme.
Jobseekers are now able to access a new Government-backed employment programme designed to fill vacancies in the hospitality sector.
Disabled people and those with health conditions, who are currently being held back from improving their lives through work, will be better supported to realise their potential under Government plans unveiled today.
Bereaved parents who lost their partner between 9 April 2001 and 8 February 2023 may be eligible for backdated government payments.
Dr Chris Stenton, Professor John Cherrie and Professor Max Henderson have been reappointed to the Industrial Injuries Advisory Council from 1 November 2023.
From today (24 July 2023), parents of children aged 1 and 2 on Universal Credit will start to benefit from meeting more frequently with work coaches to help them prepare for work.
Parents who fail to pay child maintenance will face tougher sanctions faster after new laws were passed today (20/07/23) to speed up stronger enforcement action.
Plans to boost UK employment through widening access to high-quality health support in the workplace are being unveiled today by the Government.
Tens of thousands of Brits will be helped to take stock of their work, wellbeing and finances through a £5 million expansion of the DWP’s “Mid-life MOT” initiative.
A new online Midlife MOT has been launched to help older workers with financial planning, health guidance, and to assess what their skills mean for their careers and futures.
New plans to improve the lives of disabled people have been set out by the Government today (Tuesday 18 July).
Two thousand people in Great Britain will receive letters inviting them to apply for Pension Credit as part of an innovative new trial launched today.
New support scheme to help smooth the way for injured or disabled ex-military to return to work.
Target follows Government’s Fraud Plan which sets out bold new measures to fight fraud against the welfare state
A Bill ensuring victims of domestic abuse can receive child maintenance without contact from their abuser has today received Royal Assent (Thursday, 29 June 2023).
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As part of one of the Prime Minister’s five key priorities to grow the economy, low-earning parents on Universal Credit are set to benefit from up to a £522 monthly boost to cover childcare costs – making it easier for them …
This statement was delivered in advance of a vote on the 2023 - 2024 ILO budget. Delivered by Deputy Head of UK Mission to the UN & WTO in Geneva, Hema Kotecha.
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