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‘We have to keep fighting’: Legacy benefits campaigners call for systemic change after court defeat
Legacy benefits

‘We have to keep fighting’: Legacy benefits campaigners call for systemic change after court defeat

Legacy benefits claimants took the government to court over a DWP decision not to give them the £20-a-week universal credit uplift

Legacy benefits claimants lose High Court appeal over pandemic payments
Legacy benefits

Legacy benefits claimants lose High Court appeal over pandemic payments

Claimants who did not have their benefits uplifted in line with universal credit during the pandemic have had their case for backdated payments dismissed

Here’s when people will get the next cost of living payment in 2023
Cost of living crisis

Here’s when people will get the next cost of living payment in 2023

This is everything you need to know about when you’ll get the next cost of living payment, how much it is and who is eligible

Benefits system is forcing people on to the streets, Gordon Brown warns
Social Justice

Benefits system is forcing people on to the streets, Gordon Brown warns

Benefits calculator: from universal credit to council tax rebate, here’s what you’re entitled to
Benefits

Benefits calculator: from universal credit to council tax rebate, here’s what you’re entitled to

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Disability cost of living payment: How much is it, who gets it and when will it hit bank accounts?
Cost of living crisis

Disability cost of living payment: How much is it, who gets it and when will it hit bank accounts?

New work and pensions secretary Chloe Smith has consistently voted to cut benefits
Cost of living crisis

New work and pensions secretary Chloe Smith has consistently voted to cut benefits

£150 cost of living disability payment is not enough, charities warn
Cost of living crisis

£150 cost of living disability payment is not enough, charities warn

Number of universal credit claimants facing sanctions soars past 100,000
Employment

Number of universal credit claimants facing sanctions soars past 100,000

DWP staff are having to claim benefits themselves
In-work poverty

DWP staff are having to claim benefits themselves

The government ‘has no idea’ whether its £2bn Kickstart scheme for jobs actually worked
Unemployment

The government ‘has no idea’ whether its £2bn Kickstart scheme for jobs actually worked

High Court rules millions of legacy benefits claimants won’t get backdated payments
Welfare system

High Court rules millions of legacy benefits claimants won’t get backdated payments

The DWP must start putting people before process
Ella Abraham

The DWP must start putting people before process