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Broadband bills could be cut for millions of low-income households under Government plans to encourage social tariffs.
The pensions sector has received an injection of innovation today as a brand new type of pension scheme officially opened for applications in Great Britain.
More than 8.9 million grants have been given to families to help with post-pandemic pressures through a fund set up to help the most vulnerable, new figures reveal.
Correspondence between SSAC and the Minister for Welfare Delivery about the Social Security (Habitual Residence and Past Presence) (Amendment) 2022 regulations.
A new consultation on measures to boost protections for members of defined benefit (DB) pension schemes has been launched by DWP today (Tuesday 26 July).
Over 7.2 million payments of £326 have already been made to help households through the government’s Cost of Living support.
The UK’s female workforce is booming, new figures by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) reveal today.
Minister for Disabled People, Chloe Smith, launches recruitment for the British Sign Language Advisory Board.
Jobcentres and health assessment offices in areas issued with a red severe weather warning for Monday 18 and Tuesday 19 July will be closed on those days.
A new Minister-led taskforce will help pension schemes address the risks and seize the opportunities of the “social” element in ESG investing.
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.
On Tuesday 12 July, senior Cabinet Ministers awarded young people and employers for their contribution to tackling high youth unemployment through the Kickstart Scheme, as the country recovered from the pandemic.
Minister for Pensions Guy Opperman has called on pension schemes of all types and sizes to make sure their data is ready for pensions dashboards.
Almost one in four families across England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland will get £326 sent directly to them from today, with the second instalment of £324 sent later this year as part of the government’s £37 billion…
Claims for Pension Credit more than doubled during the Department for Work and Pension’s recent Pension Credit Day of Action, new figures have revealed.
Dominic Harris is the preferred candidate for the role of Pensions Ombudsman and Pensions Protection Fund Ombudsman, the DWP has announced today, 11 July 2022.
Parents who refuse to pay child maintenance could face curfews, as Ministers plan new powers for the Child Maintenance Service.
Correspondence from SSAC to the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions on amendments to regulations to support the Way to Work campaign.
The government has today announced millions of pounds of new measures to tackle unemployment amongst the over 50s on benefits.
Package of measures will increase childcare support for parents, boost the number of childminders and drive take up of childcare offers, to address rising costs.
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