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    Official statistics have found that the number of people claiming universal credit rose by 14,000 in July. house_arrow.jpg

    Figures by the Department for Work and Pensions have found that 89,357 people were claiming universal credit by 9th July which was a rise of 18% compared to 75,426 on 11th June, reports Inside Housing.

    Of these claimants, 30% were in work and 70% were unemployed.

    Labour acting shadow work and pensions Stephen Timms said the reform was rolling out at a “glacial rate”. A total of 7.7m households are expected to eventually be claiming the benefit.

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    August 13, 2015 by Laura Matthews Categories: Universal Credit

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