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Department for Work and Pensions
  • Updated a month ago

    Adults with access to bank accounts

    Department for Work and Pensions
    Percentage of adults living in London with at least one bank account. This dataset is one of the Greater London Authority's measures of Economic Fairness. Click here to find out more.
  • Updated a month ago

    Families unable to meet unexpected bills

    Department for Work and Pensions
    Percentage of families not able to meet unexpected but necessary bill of £800. This dataset is one of the Greater London Authority's measures of Economic Fairness. Click here to find out more.
  • Updated a month ago

    Families with savings under £1500

    Department for Work and Pensions
    Percentage of families with less than £1500 in savings. This dataset is one of the Greater London Authority's measures of Economic Fairness. Click here to find out more.
  • Updated a month ago

    Problem Debt

    Department for Work and Pensions
    Number and percent of families in arrears on at least one household bill. This dataset is one of the Greater London Authority's measures of Economic Fairness. Click here to find out more.
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    Income Inequality

    Department for Work and Pensions
    Ratio of household equivalised income of the top 10 per cent of households to the income of the bottom 10 per cent of households. Ratio calculated using weekly household income adjusted to take account of differences in numbers and ages of residents. This dataset is one of the Greater London Authority's measures of Economic Fairness. Click here to find out more.
  • Updated 2 months ago

    Pension Credit Claimants, Borough

    Department for Work and Pensions
    Pension Credit was introduced in October 2003. It is a non-contributory, income-related benefit. Its purposes are: To lift the poorest pensioners out of poverty by providing a contribution to a minimum guaranteed income for those aged 60 and over living in Great Britain. To reward those aged 65 and over who have made modest provision for their retirement. It is not necessary to have paid National Insurance contributions ...
  • Updated 2 months ago

    Incapacity Benefit Claimants, Borough

    Department for Work and Pensions
    Incapacity Benefit (IB) replaced Sickness Benefit and Invalidity Benefit from 13 April 1995. It is paid to people who are assessed as being incapable of work and who meet certain contribution conditions. There are three rates of Incapacity Benefit. There are two short-term rates: the lower rate (IBST(L)) is paid for the first 28 weeks of sickness and the higher rate (IBST(H)) for weeks 29 to 52. The long-term rate (IBLT) applies to peo...
  • Updated 2 months ago

    Income Support Claimants, Borough

    Department for Work and Pensions
    Table showing numbers and rates of income support claimants. Income Support is intended to help people on low incomes who do not have to be available for employment. It can normally be claimed by people who are: - aged 16 or over; - not working or working under 16 hours per week (and/or with a partner working under 24 hours); - not required to be available for full-time employment; and - in receipt of insufficient income to meet prescr...
  • Updated 2 months ago

    Job Seekers Allowance Claimants, Borough

    Department for Work and Pensions
    Job Seekers Allowance (JSA) replaced Unemployment Benefit and Income Support for unemployed people on 7th October 1996. It is payable to people under state pension age who are available for and actively seeking work. Participants in some government training schemes are able to claim JSA. In addition to signing an agreement with Job Centre Plus stipulating work restrictions and a programme for finding work a person must: be living in Gre...
  • Updated 2 months ago

    Employment and Support Allowance Claimants

    Department for Work and Pensions
    Numbers and rates of people claiming Employment Support Allowance. Employment and Support Allowance (ESA) replaced Incapacity Benefit and Income Support paid on the grounds of incapacity for new claims from 27th October 2008.