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WORKERS RIGHTS - New workers’ watchdog will be created to protect the rights of UK workers. A powerful new workers’ watchdog will be created to protect the rights of UK workers, the government has confirmed today. Responsibility for tackling modern s...

THE MOTABILITY SCHEME - currently serves a large number of customers with disabilities. The number could be much higher. The data shows that only one-third of eligible disabled people are making the most of the everyday freedom offered by the Mo...

The High Court have granted two legacy benefit claimants permission to challenge the Government’s decision to not increase their legacy benefits in line with the £20 per week provided to those on Universal Credit. The hearing will be taking place dur...

SEARCHLIGHT SYSTEM - Digital team plans to move system to Amazon hybrid cloud and deploy to 100,000 users across Whitehall departments The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) is rolling out a new customer information system to support its sta...

BROADBAND - 2.5 million people are behind on their broadband bills, with 700,000 of these falling into the red during Covid, says Citizens Advice.  700,000 people have fallen into the red on broadband bills during Covid. 18 to 34-year-olds...

SHARED ACCOMODATION RATE - At risk people across Britain will now receive extra support with housing costs as benefit payments for vulnerable claimants are introduced. The changes affect those who qualify for the Shared Accommodation Rate (SAR) which...

THE MONEY AND MENTAL HEALTH - charity has launched a new campaign: Set Up To Fail. The campaign calls for urgent action from the government to fix design flaws in the Universal Credit system to ensure that anyone who needs help with Univers...

RISING PRICES - The United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) monthly food price index rose by 40 percent in May, the largest increase in a decade. The year-over-year increase was the sharpest in the past year and was interpreted wi...

ALCOHOL ABUSE - Are you drinking too much?  Almost half of UK adults (49%) who have either been made redundant or are in the process of redundancy are drinking more than they usually would have prior to the pandemic, latest research from Drinkaw...

 RENTERS RIGHTS - From Monday 14 June to Sunday the 20 June 2021 Generation Rent are organising seven free online webinars for private renters. You can help make this week a success say the organisers.  1) Book your place on one of our webi...

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