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Fifth of universal credit claimants still paid late

A fifth of universal credit claimants are still receiving their first payment late, a new report reveals

15 June 2018

All 1.6 million personal independence payment claims to be reviewed - are you owed £100s?

Every person receiving a personal independence payment will have their claim reviewed, the Government has said

30 January 2018

Disabled consumers to get a stronger voice with new business champions

Disabled customers and employees are to be given a voice to promote change and trigger improvements in various sectors

21 February 2017

Future widowed parents face being 'pushed onto the breadline' by bereavement payout changes

A new Government payment scheme for widowed parents could end up pushing parents

3 February 2017

Campaigners raise £65,000 for legal challenge to women's state pension changes

WASPI may seek a judicial review on the legality of the changes

21 October 2016

Pensions to follow employees from job to job

Workers will be able to carry small pension pots with them when they move employer from next year onwards

12 February 2015

More pensioners can now claim the Warm Home Discount

More pensioners will be eligible for a £140 electricity rebate this winter as part of the Warm Home Discount scheme

3 October 2014

Guest Comment: What you need to know about the new State Pension

There's 600 days to go until significant reforms are introduced to the State Pension

15 August 2014

Separated parents told: Agree on child support or face fees

Separated parents face a charge for administering child maintenance payments unless they can reach an amicable agreement

21 May 2014

Thousands of tenants to get bedroom tax rebate

A loophole means bedroom tax doesn't apply to certain renters who have lived in the same home for more than 17 years

10 January 2014

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