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Reviews and reassessments for disability benefits are being suspended for the next three months.
People are being urged to use online services before turning to the telephone for help with their benefit claim
Chancellor Rishi Sunak announces package to support workers as government confirms further measures to keep people safe
A range of extra support and measures will be in place to help workers, benefit claimants and businesses affected by coronavirus.
Today’s figures from the Office for National Statistics show more people in work, while wages have now been outpacing inflation for 2 years.
Claimants on disability benefits will no longer be required to attend face-to-face assessments.
Statutory Sick Pay will be made available from day one when self-isolating, instead of day four, the Prime Minister announced today.
A single service to deliver all disability benefits assessments will be trialled before being rolled out nationally, the Government has announced.
Correspondence between Director of Private Pensions and Arm’s Length Bodies Pete Searle and Charles Counsell Chief Executive of The Pensions Regulator.
The UK jobs market continues to boom, as the first set of employment figures since leaving the EU show the number in work has reached a new record high.
UK state pensioners currently living in the European Economic Area (EEA) and Switzerland will continue to have their pensions increased annually.
Prisoners in Scotland’s largest prison are to receive enhanced employment support in a bid to reduce re-offending rates in Scotland.
The new record high employment rate is at 76.3%, with the unemployment rate not lower since 1974.
Alister Jack responds to January 2020 labour market figures
Around 900,000 people across the UK could see their Housing Benefit payments rise from April.
Jobcentres across the UK are to benefit from a boost of up to £3 million to support homeless people, Minister for Welfare Delivery Will Quince said today.
There is a new record high employment rate and the unemployment rate has not been lower since 1974.
Funeral Expenses Payments scheme to provide up to £1,000, in addition to paying for essential costs of burial or cremation.
On the third anniversary of the scheme, changes have been announced to help businesses achieve their goal of workplace inclusivity.
Funding will be available to partner organisations, including charities, from April 2020 to help vulnerable people claim Universal Credit.
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