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£64 million of funding will be available to local partners of health and disability support services.
To: Chief Executives of Integrated Care Boards and Local Authorities Dear…
Minister for Pensions Paul Maynard addressed an audience at the Professional Pensions Investment Conference on Thursday 23 November.
Those who apply before the deadline could qualify for an extra £300 Cost of Living boost thanks to Pension Credit backdating rules.
Payments of up to £600 are landing directly in the bank accounts of over 600,000 pensioners in Wales for the second year running.
Payments of up to £600 are landing directly in the bank accounts of around 11.5 million UK pensioners for the second year running.
Common sense changes to the Data Protection and Digital Information Bill will safeguard the public, prevent fraud, and unlock post-Brexit opportunities.
A bold new vision for welfare backed by nearly £30 billion has been set out by Work and Pensions Secretary Mel Stride.
A new ‘Chance to Work Guarantee’ will transform the prospects of millions of people currently out of work, supporting them to realise their aspirations and potential.
The number of 50PLUS Champions helping older workers into work has been doubled in Jobcentres up and down the country, the Minister for Employment has announced.
New Back to Work Plan to help up to 1,100,000 people with long-term health conditions, disabilities or long-term unemployment to look for and stay in work.
Hundreds of thousands of disabled university and higher education students are set to benefit from a new Government planner to help ease their transition into work.
99% of households already eligible for the second Cost of Living Payment have been directly paid £300 by the Government.
Bereaved parents who lost their partner between 9 April 2001 and 8 February 2023 may be eligible for a backdated government payment even if they no longer have dependent children.
Millions of people across the country are set to receive significant cost of living support ahead of winter, with the government freezing bus fares in England and the second instalment of the cost-of-living payment – worth £…
This week marks British Beauty Week (26th – 30th October) which highlights Britain’s thriving and influential beauty brands.
As part of the government's £900 million crackdown on fraud, seven people have been sentenced for their part in a major fraud operation worth an alleged £770,000.
A pilot scheme for disabled people and people with health conditions to explore barriers to work will be rolled out to 12 new areas.
Thousands of parents on Universal Credit will be supported to increase their chances of getting a job or up their work hours from today (Wednesday 25th October)
Vulnerable households have received more than 26 million awards from the DWP’s Household Support Fund since its launch in October 2021, according to new figures.
Parents who refuse to pay child maintenance will face accelerated sanctions as Ministers announce the introduction of new powers to speed up strong enforcement action and other reforms to make the Child Maintenance Service (…
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