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GOVERNOR ANDREW CUOMO SPEAKS - This makes an interesting read. Massive job losses were officially announced today in the US.  Total nonfarm payroll employment fell by 20.5 million in April 2020, after declining by 881,000 in March. The April ove...

Housing Market Lock Down Eases

Wednesday 13 May, 2020

LOCK DOWN CHANGES - From today, surveyors can enter the home to complete valuations, renters and prospective buyers can view property and removals can once again assist people in their moves.  Miles Robinson, Head of Mortgages at online mor...

POST OFFICE - Work and pensions secretary Thérèse Coffey said the cost of the contract provided “poor value for taxpayers” given that most people using POCA already have bank accounts. It is cheaper for DWP to pay money directly into bank accoun...

BENEFIT CAP - The government have said there are no plans to change the benefit cap. East Ham MP Stephen Timms says failure to increase benefit cap prevents people from receiving extra support, however, the government say they have no plans to change...

UNIVERSAL CREDIT - Since the start of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, there has been unprecedented levels of demand for Universal Credit says the government. . From 1 March to 28 April 2020, DWP has received 2.5 million individual...

PRESS RELEASE For immediate release: Monday 5th May 2020 CALL FOR THE GOVERNMENT TO EXTEND EVICTION PROTECTION THE ASSOCIATION OF PENSION & BENEFITS CLAIMANTS CIC (the ABC) CALLS FOR A LONGER PREVENTION FROM EVICTION The Association of Pension &a...

UNEMPLOYMENT - New figures have shown 1.8million have claimed Universal Credit, 250,000 claimed jobseekers’ allowance and 20,000 claimed Employment and Support Allowance between March 16 and the end of April. UC claims are still running at aroun...

LEGAL - The family of Errol Graham, who died after his benefits were stopped, have issued their legal claim against the government, challenging the DWP’s policy for terminating benefits. The claim has now been issued in the High Court by law fir...

UNIVERSAL CREDIT - The SNP has proposed a solution to overcome UK government concerns with making Universal Credit advance payments grants and not loans – and called for the social security net to be rebuilt after a decade of Tory dismantling. I...

ROUGH SLEEPING - The Government has announced that Dame Louise Casey will spearhead a taskforce on rough sleeping during the pandemic. As part of this, a team of experts will advise councils on plans to support rough sleepers into long-term, safe acc...

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