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A work benefit

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edited November 2018 in Universal Credit (UC)
How come the disabled and the chronically ill are being included in the rollout of Universal credit when the benefit has been rolled out as a benefit to help people make work pay? It is stated that this benefit is to help people improve their lot through hard work. However a lot of chronically ill and disabled people are not able to work so why are they put on it? 

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