DWP figures show 600,000 could be missing out on disability benefits

More than 600,000 disabled people could be missing out on thousands of pounds a year of disability benefits they are entitled to, according to new figures released by the minister for disabled people.

They show that 632,000 people are receiving out-of-work disability benefits that only those with the highest support needs are eligible for, but not receiving the extra costs disability benefits disability living allowance (DLA) or personal independence payment (PIP).


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