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If you're in receipt of benefits or tax credits in the UK, you should be paid early over Christmas and New Year. Here are the dates you need.
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Check to see you'll receive benefit and tax credits early over the festive season. We have the official payment dates for you here!
The Department for Work and Pensions has today announced a number of changes to Employment and Support Allowance (ESA) and Work Capability Assessments.
DWP officials have admitted that claimants comments used in an official benefit sanctions information leaflet were "for illustrative purposes only".
Sanctioned JSA claimants with mental health illnesses are not considered 'vulnerable' enough by the DWP for immediate support.
Upper Tribunal decision means that mentally ill people who need to be accompanied outdoors could be denied Personal Independence Payment.
A 'radioactive' man, who has been told not to be in close proximity with other people, was found 'fit for work' by DWP officials.
Vulnerable benefit claimant suffered severe mental health problems and weight loss, whilst battling to navigate a 'barbaric' benefits system.
Figures also show DWP ministers spent £35million defending cruel decisions to deny sick and disabled people vital benefits.
Video: Ex DWP officer says claimants were encouraged to change answers "in a way that would drop themselves in it".
A new vehicle check service allows visitors to find out whether their neighbours are receiving the higher rate of the mobility component of DLA or either rate of the mobility component of PIP.
"What's the point?": David Metcalf is said to have felt 'frustrated and upset' after being found 'fit for work' by the DWP.
Iain Duncan Smith has hinted that the future of Britain's welfare system could rest in the arms of private insurance schemes.
Unemployed lone parents could be forced into mandatory unpaid work placements as part of fresh changes to benefits coming into force from the 28th April 2014.
"In work conditionality" within the Universal Credit system could encourage the low-paid and part-time workers to seek additional hours, said Mr Duncan Smith.
An undercover adviser, working for Channel 4 Dispatches, was told not to advise claimants about the existence of vital cash funds.
A rarely-used “fatal motion” could to be tabled in the House of Lords, potentially bringing an end to Tory tax credit cuts.