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Fraud and Error in the Benefit System
Department: Work and Pensions
An estimate of the levels of fraud and error in the social security benefits system in Great Britain.
Get Britain Working Measures
Department: Work and Pensions
This publication covers statistics on the following Get Britain Working Measures: work experience, New Enterprise Allowance and sector-based work academies.
Great Britain New Enterprise Allowance Quarterly Official Statistics
Department: Work and Pensions
This publication provides the following official statistics on New Enterprise Allowance for the period April 2011 onwards
Households Below Average Income
Department: Work and Pensions
Statistics and commentary which give an insight into the standard of living of the household population in Great Britain, focusing on the lower part of income distribution.
Housing Benefit & Council Tax Benefit Summary Statistics
Department: Work and Pensions
Statistics on Housing Benefit and Council Tax Benefit Claimants
Housing Benefit / Council Tax Benefit Speed of Processing
Department: Work and Pensions
Statistics on the average number of days to process (i) new (ii) change of circumstances of HB / CTB claims. Note: Prior to Oct 2011 this was named HB/CTB Right Time Indicator.
Housing Benefit Recoveries and Fraud
Department: Work and Pensions
Quarterly National Statistics relating to housing benefit overpayments and fraud
Housing Benefit Speed of Processing
Department: Work and Pensions
Statistics on the average number of days to process (i) new (ii) change of circumstances of HB / CTB claims. Note: Prior to Oct 2011 this was named HB/CTB Right Time Indicator.
Housing Benefit and Council Tax Benefit Right Time Indicator
Department: Work and Pensions
Statistics on the average number of days to process (i) new (ii) change of circumstances of HB / CTB claims
In Work Credit
Department: Work and Pensions
Quarterly statistics on the take-up of In Work Credit (IWC), a financial incentive available to lone parents moving into work.