All weekly PIP rates.
The standard sum daily living is £59.70 at present, but will increase to £60.00, a rise of 30p.
The enhanced rate of the daily living component will also increase, from £89.15 to £89.60, a rise of 45p.
standard mobility part is £23.60 which increases to £23.70 an increase of 10p.
enhanced mobility part is rising from £62.25 to £62.55, an increase of 30p.
These increased rates are payable from April 6th 2021.
Why does it feel like every year when the budget comes out our benefits barely go up?Yet constantly the government's fat cats are always given massive pay rises.Its not just me thinking this is it?The rich get richer & the poor get poorer.
@NotReally nobody could have planned for the pandemic
but credit where it's due the government has poured hundreds of billions into doing its best to protecting the economy and jobs, unemployment was forecast by the OBR to be 11.1% this year the forecast is now 6% or 1.5 million fewer jobs lost.
woodbine said:The even better news is that the very poorest won't be forced to foot this bill, whilst large profitable corporations will see their tax bills increase 25%
I would question your assertion that we have systemic corruption, I have no idea where you get that idea from.
woodbine said:As for brexit that's done and dusted and no one has starved to death due to lack of imports have they?
I agree with Mike we haven't felt the impact yet with brevit and corona virus on top in my opinion I think the UK will be on its knees untill the UK can be built back up again it is going to get worse before it gets better the impact hasn't been felt yet