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It seems that the Government will soon be facing a financial crisis, at least for the foreseeable future.

New figures published yesterday (9 December) by the Department for Work and Pensions reveal that unemployment rose by 0.5% in December from November, while the number of jobseekers claiming Jobseeker’s Allowance (JSA) fell by 1,400. And figures released by the ONS today show that there were 17 million fewer people claiming Jobseeker’s Allowance in 부천출장안마December than in November.

According to the latest figures, there were more jobseekers taking JSA (3,933,800) than any other month since July 2011 – a decline of 19%.

When the ONS did a survey back in November of 2011, around 3 million people were claiming Jobseeker’s Allowance – a drop of 23% since July 2011.

What about the numbers claiming social security?

There have been a steady stream of increases in the number of people claiming Jobseek출장 마사지er’s Allowance since July 2011. Since then, the proportion claiming has risen from 3,100 to 4,200.

And the Government claims the number of people claiming Jobseeker’s Allowance has fallen from 5.3 million in July 2011 to 4,400 in December – a fall of just 1,100 people.

These figures come despite the Government’s announcement in December 2012 that it intends to introduce changes to the rules, which would mean more jobseekers losing their benefits as a result of it.

And even though the Government has claimed to see an immediate drop in Jobseeker’s Allowance (JSA), they have recently increased the amount it pays into their benefits in the wake of the budget (including new allowances for income-based Jobseeker’s Allowance payments for those whose employment has been on for more than six weeks in 2013/14 and the benefit for people whose job is a “self-employment”, meaning they work while they’re self-employed – like a part-time nurse). The figures from yesterday show that the change will now be paid out of the new “Employment and Support Allowance Allowance” (ESAA) for those earning less than £18,900 per year. The Government will continue to give all people Jobseeker’s Allowance – but those making less than £18,900 will only receive 1% of that amount.

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