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    DWP have gone 'New UC Claims Only'

    If you want to contact the DWP about anything other than a new claim for UC then I wouldn't bother.

    As predicted the system is in meltdown with almost 1/2 million new claims and:

    “We made a decision that managing claims and making payments is a number one priority for DWP. Operationally we can deprioritise other things,”

    https://www.theguardian.com/world/20...t-in-nine-days
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    I like the part about the advances where Thérèse Coffey said “I don’t see it as being in debt. I see it as about spreading effectively
    an annual payment into 13 payments, rather than 12. Then people can choose early on what level of advance they get.”

    Of course it's a debt. They're not letting people keep the money

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