Autumn Statement: Key announcements from Jeremy Hunt
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Millions of Britons are due to see a rise in their benefit payments from April 2023 after Chancellor Jeremy Hunt confirmed during his Autumn Statement that rates will rise with inflation. Carer’s Allowance is one of the many benefits to see the uplift, but what can people expect from the new rate? The Department of Work and Pensions (DWP) has now confirmed the figures.
Addressing the House of Commons on November 17, Mr Hunt said: “I want to go further to support people most exposed to high inflation.
“There have been some representations to keep the uplift to working age and disability benefits below the level of inflation given …