Twenty Per Cent Of UC Claims Fail Due To ‘Non-Compliance’

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With many thanks to Benefits And Work.

20% of universal claimant (UC) claimants never receive a payment because they have failed to follow the complex rules, the Guardian has revealed. One MP with specialist knowledge of the system said that he had failed to make a claim for UC himself, because of the complexity of the system.

According to figures released by the DWP under the Freedom of Information Act large numbers of claimants are missing out because they didn’t follow the correct process for claiming.

Around 10% failed to book an interview within one week of making their claim. To do so, claimants need first to be aware of the strict time limit for booking an interview and then be able to get through to a helpline to arrange an appointment.

Another 6% had their claim ended because they did not sign a claimant commitment, agreeing what they have…

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