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Over 8 million households are set to receive an additional £324 as part of the government’s Cost of Living support package.
As of today (30 September) the Department for Work and Pensions has processed almost six million £150 Disability Cost of Living payments worth around £900 million.
Around 114,000 working people on Universal Credit will be supported to boost their wages, helping families improve their prospects and pay.
From today (20 September) around six million disabled people in the UK will start to receive their one-off £150 Disability Cost of Living payment
Guidance published this week for people visiting Her Majesty The Queen’s Lying-in-State at the Palace of Westminster sets out information on accessibility for disabled, D/deaf and neurodiverse people and people with lon…
The government has confirmed payments of benefits due to land in accounts on Monday 19 September will be made early.
Ministers from across government have met this week to drive forward preparatory work for tackling pressures this winter
Dominic Harris has been confirmed as the new Pensions Ombudsman.
Around 6 million disabled people in the UK will receive their one-off £150 disability Cost of Living payment from 20 September, the government has confirmed today.
A new £7.6 million government initiative has been launched to help over 2,000 adults with learning disabilities and autism move into work.
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.
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