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More than 250,000 workers at living wage employers are set for a pay rise after the independently-calculated figure for the real living wage was increased to £9.50 an hour and £10.85 in London. The real living wage is not compulsory on employers, but the 2.1 per cent increase in the...
NEARLY two million people have applied for universal credit benefits since the government advised people to stay at home due to coronavirus. Work and Pensions Secretary Therese Coffey said there had been more than 1.8 million claims since 16 March. Ms Coffey told MPs that figure was six times the...
AROUND 4,600 disabled people have wrongly lost access to a benefit payment more than a year ago after missing an assessment, ministers have revealed. Their benefit funding was stopped even though they had “good reason” for not attending consultations for the new Personal Independence Payment. The Department for Work and...
  The Universal Credit system leaves too many UK claimants with children a choice between turning down jobs and getting into debt, MPs warn. The Work and Pensions Select Committee says the way parents have to pay for childcare up front and then claim it back afterwards is a “barrier...
LETTING agents are discriminating against tenants on housing benefit, an undercover investigation has found. Shelter and the National Housing Federation found one in 10 agents in England refused to let to those on the benefit. The undercover investigation found the policy was enforced even if tenants could afford the rent....
CHIEF Consultant Süleyman Beşli and Trade Lawyer Yusuf Kılınç, made a statement after Brexit UK – Turkey trade relations about the potential of the Ankara Agreement. Union of Turkish Democrats (UETD) held its monthly “Public Meeting” inviting Chief Advisor Süleyman Beşli and solicitor Yusuf Kılınç to speak at the meeting...
FIGURES portray that over £100 million has been used by the Department for Work and Pensions on administering reviews and appeals towards disability benefits in the past two years.
IN RUSSIA a panel was held by Day-Mer for the 100th anniversary of the October Revolution.