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Calls for Universal Credit to change to help older and sicker population

  • Single people with disabilities are worse off by £2,800 per year on Universal Credit compared to legacy benefits by 2024/25.
  • Universal Credit has almost doubled the number of benefit claimants out of work due to ill health to 2.3 million since its introduction.
  • Working families in rented accommodation are the biggest beneficiaries of Universal Credit, receiving stronger incentives to enter work.
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