PIP, Universal Credit & other DWP benefits to increase in days but not all sums will rise


In total, claimants receiving both enhanced rates will receive a maximum of £627.60, a rise from £608.60. 

Some other benefits, thresholds and deductions are currently frozen, which could be a good thing for families struggling with the cost of living. 

However, frozen thresholds paired with rocketing inflation could see some Britons becoming ineligible for benefits or receiving a lower amount due to increased earnings. 

For the 2022 to 2023 financial year the below will not be increasing by 3.1 percent. 


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