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    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 years ago

    Working-age Client Group (Claimants of Key Benefits), Borough

    Department for Work and Pensions
    Working Age Client Group (number of working-age people who are claiming one or more key DWP benefits), rates, and numbers. Out of work benefit claimants, and rates. Key out-of-work benefits consists of the benefit stat groups (Job seeker, ESA and incapacity benefits, Lone parent, and Others on income related benefit), which therefore includes Jobseeker’s Allowance, Employment and Support Allowance, Incapacity Benefit or Severe Disablem...
  • Updated 2 years ago

    Children in Out-of-Work Benefit Households, Ward and Borough

    Department for Work and Pensions
    Children in out-of-work benefit households by age and ward and borough. The numbers and percentages of children living in households where a parent or guardian claimed out-of-work benefits. Children of Working-age DWP Clients. Data represent a snapshot as at 31 May. Data represent the number of children dependent on a parent or guardian who is claiming one or a combination of the following out-of-work benefits: Income Support, Jobseeke...
  • Created 4 years ago

    Housing Benefit Claimants, Borough

    Department for Work and Pensions
    Housing Benefit Caseload by month (each May since 2009), by age group, employment status and tenure.Housing Benefit claimant statistics are derived from the Single Housing Benefit Extract (SHBE). SHBE is compiled from monthly returns of housing benefit claimants from each individual local authority. Recording and clerical errors can occur within SHBE - for this reason, no reliance should be placed on very small numbers. Based on the Lo...