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1,000 women have got jobs in the construction and engineering sector, thanks to a partnership between DWP and Women into Construction.
New measures to stop over-75s on Pension Credit having to obtain paperwork to get a free TV licence
Over 8 million households in the UK will get a cash payment from July 2022 to ease cost of living pressures.
Over 160,000 pension scheme members will be encouraged to learn more about making greener pension choices in a new three-week trial.
UK pensions have been given a green boost through new measures which will drive forward ambitions to tackle climate risk.
Minister for Disabled People, Chloe Smith delivers roundtable intervention at Conference of States Parties to the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities.
Pensioners and their loved ones are being urged to take up Pension Credit as new figures show an estimated £1.7 billion in benefit is being left unclaimed.
Chloe Smith delivers the UK statement at the 15th Conference of States Parties to the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities.
More than eight million households across the whole of the UK will get a cash payment from July to ease cost of living pressures, as the Work and Pensions Secretary Thérèse Coffey sets out detailed plans today.
Helping people understand their pension options in retirement is the focus of a new call for evidence published by the Department for Work and Pensions today (14 June 2022).
New legislation to allow a wider range of healthcare professionals to certify fit notes has been introduced by the UK government to ease pressure on GPs. This legislation change applies across England, Scotland and Wales.
Today, 7 June, member states of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) agreed to ambitious new plans to boost sustainability and inclusivity in employment, as the UK chaired the first Employment an…
Rita French, UK Human Rights Ambassador, delivered the following statement during the ILO Committee on the Application of Standards (CAS). The discussion focussed on China’s non-compliance with ILO Convention 111 on non-disc…
Over 347,000 unemployed people on benefits have found work in just four months through the government’s Way to Work campaign – an ambitious national push to get half a million more people into jobs by the end of June.
More than 1,000 Ukrainian pensioners who recently arrived in Britain after fleeing the Russian invasion are already receiving financial support through Pension Credit, new figures show.
Secretary of State for Work and Pensions, Thérèse Coffey, joined G7 employment ministers in Wolfsburg as part of the German presidency of the G7.
Letter from the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions to Ofgem about energy suppliers' response to changes to ongoing energy consumption payments from benefits
A £600 million plan to fight fraud in the welfare system will introduce a range of new powers and boost the counter-fraud frontline, saving the taxpayer £2 billion over three years.
On Wednesday 18th May 2022, Minister for Disabled People Chloe Smith gave a speech to open a Disability Confident Jobs Fair at Hillman Street Jobcentre Plus.
The government’s goal to see one million more disabled people in work has been reached, the latest official figures show.
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