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Over 8 million families in the UK getting new cost of living payment from 14 July 2022

Lizz Banks
Authored by Lizz Banks
Posted: Wednesday, June 22, 2022 - 22:01

Over 8 million households in the UK will get a cash payment from July 2022 to ease cost of living pressures.

  • Over 8 million households will receive the first of two cost of living instalments totalling £650 from 14 July 2022, part of the £1,200 support package this year
  • Initial automatic instalment for means-tested benefit claimants will be £326, with the rest to follow in a second instalment from the autumn
  • Tax credit claimants will also receive their first instalment of the cost of living payment from HMRC later this year
  • Comes as part of £37 billion government package to help families with cost of living pressures

After ministers confirmed initial payments would begin from 14 July 2022, the Department for Work and Pensions has now revealed how many people in each part of the country will receive the new financial support. They have also revealed that the disability top-up will land in bank accounts in September 2022.

These figures show that nearly one in four families will receive the means-tested benefit cost of living payment, whilst nearly one in ten of the population will get the £150 disability top-up.

The first cost of living instalment will see millions of low-income households in England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland initially £326 better off as the government delivers significant interventions to support groups who are most vulnerable to rising costs. In total, millions of households will receive at least £1,200 from the government this year to help cover rising costs.

Work and Pensions Secretary, Thérèse Coffey said:

With millions of the lowest-income households soon seeing the first of two cash instalments land into their bank accounts, we are taking action to directly help families with the cost of living.

This one-off payment totalling £650 is part of our £37 billion cost of living support package that will put an extra £1,200 into the pockets of those most in need.

The second instalment of £324 will be sent to qualifying low income households from the Autumn. The payments are designed to be deliberately slightly unequal to minimise fraud risks from those who may seek to exploit this system.

The eligibility date for the second instalment will be announced soon. If customers are eligible through receiving tax credits only, HMRC will contact them and issue payments automatically, with the first instalment being made from autumn. DWP will administer payments for customers on all other eligible means-tested benefits, and customers do not need to contact them or apply for the payment.

Low-income households are benefiting from government support in a variety of different ways this year as global inflationary pressures, exacerbated by the unjust war in Ukraine, have caused prices to rise for several essentials. The government understands that many people are worried about the impact these rising prices will have on their household finances, which is why £37 billion of support is being provided to boost budgets and mitigate the worst of these pressures.

Support includes the direct cost of living payment of up to £650 for over 8 million households on eligible means-tested benefits, a separate £300 payment for pensioners, and a £150 payment for eligible disabled people, which can be paid on top of the £650 payment.

This is on top of £400 for all households to help with energy bills, and an extra £150 for properties in Council Tax bands A-D, meaning millions of the lowest-income households will receive at least £1,200 in support this year. This is all in addition to changes to the Universal Credit taper rate and work allowances worth £1,000 a year on average for 1.7 million working claimants, a rise in the National Living Wage to £9.50 an hour, and a tax cut for around 30 million workers through a rise in National Insurance contribution thresholds.

The government has also expanded support for the Household Support Fund – which helps people with food and energy bills – with an extra £421 million, on top of £79 million for devolved nations; the total value of this support now stands at £1.5 billion. Fuel duty was also cut by 5p per litre for 12 months in March, and alcohol duty has been frozen for 2022/23.

Further information

  • You can read more about the government’s cost of living support and what is available here.
  • More than eight million households on benefits will receive a payment of up to £650 this year, made in two instalments. This includes all households entitled to a payment of the following benefits: Universal Credit, Income-based Jobseekers Allowance, Income-related Employment and Support Allowance, Income Support, Working Tax Credit, Child Tax Credit and Pension Credit.
  • The DWP will make the payment in two lump sums – the first from July 2022, the second from the Autumn. Payments from HMRC for those on tax credits only will follow shortly after each to avoid duplicate payments.
    • To be eligible for the first instalment, families must have been entitled to a payment (or later found to be entitled to a payment) of either:
      • Universal Credit for an assessment period that ended in the period 26 April 2022 to 25 May 2022
      • income-based JSA, income-related ESA, Income Support or Pension Credit for any day in the period 26 April 2022 to 25 May 2022
    • Tax credit customers, who will receive the first instalment later in the year, must have received a payment, or an annual award of at least £26, of tax credits on any day in the period 26 April 2022 to 25 May 2022.
    • This payment will be tax-free, will not count towards the benefit cap, and will not have any impact on existing benefit awards.
    • HMRC urges customers to ensure their information is up to date when renewing their tax credits, as they may be eligible for this automatic payment.
    • These lump sums will be delivered in two slightly different payments of £326 and £324. The distinct value relates to a specific qualifying period, so it is simpler to determine if a payee received the correct payments, reducing the fraud risk of people who claim not to have had one of the specific two payments, as DWP will be able to clearly track those who have.
  • All pensioner households will receive an extra £300 to help them cover the rising cost of energy this winter while people on eligible disability benefits will receive an extra £150 to help with additional costs they face.
  • The Chancellor also announced an extra £500 million of funding. In England £421 million will be used to extend the Household Support Fund, which is designed to help low-income households with food and energy bills. The Devolved Administrations will receive £79 million. This is in addition to the £1 billion already provided for this support.
  • Dates for the additional payments to disabled people and pensioners will be confirmed soon.
  • Please note that the tables below measure slightly different groups – this is because entitlement to means-tested benefits is done by family, whereas disability entitlement is done for individuals (so one family could have multiple disability payments).

Table 1 – Estimated number of families eligible for the means-tested benefit cost of living payment by region

Region Cases Proportion
London                   1,224,000  15%
South West            580,000     7%
South East                  846,000 10%
Eastern                       627,000 8%
West Midlands                       792,000 10%
East Midlands            551,000 7%
North West             1,048,000 13%
North East                  397,000 5%
Yorkshire and The Humber              722,000  9%
Wales             426,000 5%
Scotland                     689,000 8%
Northern Ireland                    309,000 4%
Total           8,213,000  100%

 

Table 2 – Estimated number of individuals eligible for the £150 disability cost of living payment by region

Region    Cases Proportion
London                      608,000 10%
South West                491,000 8%
South East                  681,000 11%
Eastern                       498,000 8%
West Midlands                       566,000 9%
East Midlands            451,000 7%
North West                820,000 13%
North East                  325,000 5%
Yorkshire and The Humber               535,000 8%
Wales             407,000 6%
Scotland                     607,000 10%
Northern Ireland                   315,000  5%
Total            6,303,000 100%

 

Table 3 – Estimated number of families eligible for the means-tested benefit cost of living payment and number of individuals eligible for the disability cost of living payment by Westminster parliamentary constituency

 

Parliamentary constituency Families eligible for the means-tested payment[1] Individuals eligible for the disability payment[2]
Aberavon 11,600 12,100
Aberconwy 7,100 6,800
Aberdeen North 13,300 9,300
Aberdeen South 7,700 5,800
Airdrie and Shotts 13,400 13,300
Aldershot 10,500 6,800
Aldridge-Brownhills 8,300 8,300
Altrincham and Sale West 7,000 6,600
Alyn and Deeside 9,200 8,400
Amber Valley 10,700 10,200
Angus 11,000 9,100
Arfon 7,600 6,100
Argyll and Bute 9,600 9,400
Arundel and South Downs 6,700 6,800
Ashfield 14,300 13,700
Ashford 13,200 10,800
Ashton-under-Lyne 16,100 11,100
Aylesbury 10,300 8,000
Ayr, Carrick and Cumnock 14,100 12,700
Banbury 10,900 8,800
Banff and Buchan 9,500 8,500
Barking 24,900 10,700
Barnsley Central 13,800 12,000
Barnsley East 14,700 13,700
Barrow and Furness 10,300 10,700
Basildon and Billericay 11,300 8,100
Basingstoke 10,300 7,900
Bassetlaw 12,800 12,000
Bath 8,000 6,400
Batley and Spen 16,200 10,100
Battersea 11,700 5,800
Beaconsfield 6,300 5,700
Beckenham 6,000 5,100
Bedford 15,000 9,100
Belfast East 14,600 14,900
Belfast North 26,600 24,000
Belfast South 13,900 13,500
Belfast West 27,100 24,700
Bermondsey and Old Southwark 22,100 10,400
Berwickshire, Roxburgh and Selkirk 10,600 8,800
Berwick-upon-Tweed 7,600 7,600
Bethnal Green and Bow 26,000 11,100
Beverley and Holderness 9,000 9,200
Bexhill and Battle 10,500 10,400
Bexleyheath and Crayford 9,400 7,800
Birkenhead 19,100 15,100
Birmingham, Edgbaston 15,900 9,200
Birmingham, Erdington 23,400 13,600
Birmingham, Hall Green 24,600 11,400
Birmingham, Hodge Hill 30,600 14,100
Birmingham, Ladywood 32,400 11,700
Birmingham, Northfield 19,200 13,100
Birmingham, Perry Barr 22,900 10,700
Birmingham, Selly Oak 15,400 10,000
Birmingham, Yardley 23,400 12,700
Bishop Auckland 13,400 12,000
Blackburn 22,600 13,100
Blackley and Broughton 28,800 14,900
Blackpool North and Cleveleys 14,900 12,600
Blackpool South 18,400 12,300
Blaenau Gwent 12,000 11,800
Blaydon 10,900 10,000
Blyth Valley 11,800 10,400
Bognor Regis and Littlehampton 13,200 10,700
Bolsover 12,600 13,700
Bolton North East 17,700 11,100
Bolton South East 20,500 12,400
Bolton West 11,700 9,800
Bootle 21,000 15,800
Boston and Skegness 17,100 12,900
Bosworth 9,100 8,700
Bournemouth East 14,600 9,000
Bournemouth West 14,000 9,400
Bracknell 8,400 6,700
Bradford East 25,600 12,300
Bradford South 19,800 11,600
Bradford West 26,400 12,200
Braintree 9,300 7,900
Brecon and Radnorshire 7,200 7,600
Brent Central 30,600 12,100
Brent North 19,000 8,500
Brentford and Isleworth 17,500 7,900
Brentwood and Ongar 7,300 6,400
Bridgend 10,400 11,300
Bridgwater and West Somerset 13,000 10,800
Brigg and Goole 9,000 8,300
Brighton, Kemptown 14,400 10,700
Brighton, Pavilion 11,900 7,100
Bristol East 13,200 9,500
Bristol North West 12,400 10,200
Bristol South 16,600 12,700
Bristol West 14,400 7,000
Broadland 8,000 8,200
Bromley and Chislehurst 9,400 6,900
Bromsgrove 7,500 7,600
Broxbourne 11,200 8,000
Broxtowe 8,500 8,100
Buckingham 6,300 6,300
Burnley 16,300 11,200
Burton 12,300 8,900
Bury North 12,000 8,900
Bury South 13,500 10,500
Bury St Edmunds 9,600 8,900
Caerphilly 13,000 13,500
Caithness, Sutherland and Easter Ross 7,600 7,300
Calder Valley 11,400 8,500
Camberwell and Peckham 23,300 10,200
Camborne and Redruth 13,000 10,000
Cambridge 9,800 6,200
Cannock Chase 11,700 10,700
Canterbury 11,100 9,400
Cardiff Central 10,500 6,900
Cardiff North 7,600 7,800
Cardiff South and Penarth 18,600 13,400
Cardiff West 15,100 11,200
Carlisle 10,900 9,500
Carmarthen East and Dinefwr 8,800 9,900
Carmarthen West and South Pembrokeshire 9,700 9,600
Carshalton and Wallington 11,600 7,900
Castle Point 8,400 8,400
Central Ayrshire 12,700 11,400
Central Devon 8,500 7,900
Central Suffolk and North Ipswich 7,900 7,900
Ceredigion 8,500 7,800
Charnwood 7,800 7,400
Chatham and Aylesford 12,800 9,500
Cheadle 6,500 7,300
Chelmsford 9,400 7,500
Chelsea and Fulham 11,000 5,600
Cheltenham 9,900 7,200
Chesham and Amersham 5,500 5,000
Chesterfield 12,800 12,200
Chichester 9,500 8,400
Chingford and Woodford Green 10,400 6,700
Chippenham 8,500 8,200
Chipping Barnet 12,500 7,600
Chorley 10,800 9,600
Christchurch 7,200 8,100
Cities of London and Westminster 11,900 6,200
City of Chester 10,400 8,700
City of Durham 9,800 10,100
Clacton 15,200 14,900
Cleethorpes 11,100 9,700
Clwyd South 9,400 8,500
Clwyd West 9,900 10,100
Coatbridge, Chryston and Bellshill 14,100 14,000
Colchester 13,900 10,600
Colne Valley 12,200 9,200
Congleton 7,900 8,500
Copeland 8,400 9,300
Corby 13,300 10,900
Coventry North East 21,200 12,600
Coventry North West 13,900 9,800
Coventry South 13,700 9,200
Crawley 14,100 8,500
Crewe and Nantwich 12,200 10,100
Croydon Central 19,100 10,200
Croydon North 26,600 11,200
Croydon South 11,400 7,800
Cumbernauld, Kilsyth and Kirkintilloch East 11,600 11,500
Cynon Valley 12,300 12,100
Dagenham and Rainham 17,000 9,300
Darlington 13,900 9,900
Dartford 11,100 8,600
Daventry 7,700 7,000
Delyn 8,300 8,300
Denton and Reddish 12,600 9,800
Derby North 13,300 10,200
Derby South 21,700 13,000
Derbyshire Dales 5,600 6,300
Devizes 7,500 6,700
Dewsbury 15,600 10,100
Don Valley 12,900 11,900
Doncaster Central 17,100 11,500
Doncaster North 15,500 12,300
Dover 13,000 11,400
Dudley North 13,700 9,600
Dudley South 11,000 8,500
Dulwich and West Norwood 16,600 7,800
Dumfries and Galloway 12,700 12,600
Dumfriesshire, Clydesdale and Tweeddale 9,300 9,600
Dundee East 11,400 10,200
Dundee West 14,700 11,400
Dunfermline and West Fife 11,100 9,600
Dwyfor Meirionnydd 6,800 6,100
Ealing Central and Acton 16,900 7,100
Ealing North 19,500 8,800
Ealing, Southall 16,600 7,700
Easington 15,200 14,000
East Antrim 12,300 13,800
East Devon 9,300 9,300
East Dunbartonshire 5,100 7,000
East Ham 30,000 11,000
East Hampshire 6,700 6,000
East Kilbride, Strathaven and Lesmahagow 11,200 11,800
East Londonderry 17,000 16,800
East Lothian 11,000 9,800
East Renfrewshire 7,300 8,900
East Surrey 8,100 7,400
East Worthing and Shoreham 10,100 8,800
East Yorkshire 11,700 10,500
Eastbourne 15,200 12,200
Eastleigh 9,300 8,300
Eddisbury 8,600 8,700
Edinburgh East 12,800 9,300
Edinburgh North and Leith 11,800 7,600
Edinburgh South 6,900 6,000
Edinburgh South West 11,000 8,200
Edinburgh West 8,000 7,300
Edmonton 25,600 10,500
Ellesmere Port and Neston 10,800 10,200
Elmet and Rothwell 7,700 8,500
Eltham 12,400 8,200
Enfield North 18,500 9,100
Enfield, Southgate 12,300 6,600
Epping Forest 9,300 6,900
Epsom and Ewell 6,500 6,500
Erewash 11,600 9,700
Erith and Thamesmead 18,200 9,900
Esher and Walton 7,000 5,900
Exeter 11,800 9,600
Falkirk 13,400 12,500
Fareham 6,500 6,600
Faversham and Mid Kent 9,700 8,500
Feltham and Heston 21,200 9,700
Fermanagh and South Tyrone 16,400 16,400
Filton and Bradley Stoke 8,200 7,500
Finchley and Golders Green 15,700 7,700
Folkestone and Hythe 14,600 13,900
Forest of Dean 8,800 8,300
Foyle 24,900 23,000
Fylde 8,500 9,100
Gainsborough 10,500 10,300
Garston and Halewood 17,200 15,100
Gateshead 17,000 12,200
Gedling 10,400 9,200
Gillingham and Rainham 11,900 9,000
Glasgow Central 18,500 11,400
Glasgow East 20,900 17,200
Glasgow North 10,600 7,600
Glasgow North East 20,300 15,500
Glasgow North West 16,100 12,400
Glasgow South 13,800 11,100
Glasgow South West 18,900 15,000
Glenrothes 14,600 12,400
Gloucester 15,200 11,100
Gordon 6,300 6,200
Gosport 10,200 8,700
Gower 8,200 10,000
Grantham and Stamford 10,900 9,400
Gravesham 12,700 9,400
Great Grimsby 16,200 10,200
Great Yarmouth 16,600 12,800
Greenwich and Woolwich 19,600 9,000
Guildford 6,800 5,800
Hackney North and Stoke Newington 25,900 11,100
Hackney South and Shoreditch 24,200 11,400
Halesowen and Rowley Regis 12,100 9,400
Halifax 17,600 10,700
Haltemprice and Howden 5,700 6,500
Halton 15,200 13,300
Hammersmith 19,000 8,500
Hampstead and Kilburn 17,200 8,400
Harborough 8,600 8,200
Harlow 12,900 8,300
Harrogate and Knaresborough 8,200 7,300
Harrow East 12,800 7,300
Harrow West 14,100 7,000
Hartlepool 17,500 14,000
Harwich and North Essex 8,400 9,000
Hastings and Rye 18,600 13,000
Havant 11,800 9,700
Hayes and Harlington 18,700 8,800
Hazel Grove 7,900 8,100
Hemel Hempstead 11,200 8,200
Hemsworth 13,700 13,100
Hendon 19,800 9,300
Henley 5,500 5,400
Hereford and South Herefordshire 10,200 8,900
Hertford and Stortford 8,000 6,400
Hertsmere 10,000 7,500
Hexham 5,500 6,200
Heywood and Middleton 17,000 12,400
High Peak 8,700 8,200
Hitchin and Harpenden 6,000 5,700
Holborn and St Pancras 21,700 11,900
Hornchurch and Upminster 11,000 8,500
Hornsey and Wood Green 17,200 8,000
Horsham 7,300 6,800
Houghton and Sunderland South 14,900 13,500
Hove 12,600 8,300
Huddersfield 15,900 9,900
Huntingdon 9,300 8,100
Hyndburn 15,700 11,200
Ilford North 13,000 7,500
Ilford South 22,800 8,900
Inverclyde 13,300 12,400
Inverness, Nairn, Badenoch and Strathspey 11,000 9,800
Ipswich 16,100 10,600
Isle of Wight 18,300 17,300
Islington North 18,700 10,000
Islington South and Finsbury 17,900 10,300
Islwyn 10,500 11,600
Jarrow 12,600 10,900
Keighley 12,500 8,800
Kenilworth and Southam 5,300 5,300
Kensington 14,100 7,400
Kettering 10,800 8,800
Kilmarnock and Loudoun 14,400 12,300
Kingston and Surbiton 11,100 6,900
Kingston upon Hull East 16,200 10,900
Kingston upon Hull North 17,000 9,700
Kingston upon Hull West and Hessle 17,100 9,900
Kingswood 7,700 7,600
Kirkcaldy and Cowdenbeath 14,700 11,600
Knowsley 23,000 18,300
Lagan Valley 12,400 14,100
Lanark and Hamilton East 13,400 13,400
Lancaster and Fleetwood 10,400 9,200
Leeds Central 26,600 11,900
Leeds East 19,700 10,500
Leeds North East 11,100 7,400
Leeds North West 6,600 5,400
Leeds West 16,500 9,400
Leicester East 21,100 10,400
Leicester South 20,100 9,700
Leicester West 20,000 10,400
Leigh 13,900 11,800
Lewes 8,800 8,400
Lewisham East 17,400 8,700
Lewisham West and Penge 17,200 8,200
Lewisham, Deptford 20,100 8,300
Leyton and Wanstead 15,300 6,800
Lichfield 7,700 7,900
Lincoln 15,100 10,800
Linlithgow and East Falkirk 14,500 13,400
Liverpool, Riverside 20,800 13,900
Liverpool, Walton 23,800 17,700
Liverpool, Wavertree 17,100 11,700
Liverpool, West Derby 19,900 15,900
Livingston 14,100 13,400
Llanelli 12,500 13,400
Loughborough 10,000 7,700
Louth and Horncastle 12,600 13,600
Ludlow 7,700 7,600
Luton North 14,500 8,500
Luton South 19,700 8,900
Macclesfield 7,700 7,600
Maidenhead 6,600 5,300
Maidstone and The Weald 10,800 7,900
Makerfield 11,300 11,200
Maldon 7,100 6,800
Manchester Central 27,500 13,900
Manchester, Gorton 24,100 11,100
Manchester, Withington 12,500 7,900
Mansfield 15,300 14,100
Meon Valley 7,000 6,400
Meriden 14,000 11,500
Merthyr Tydfil and Rhymney 13,400 13,100
Mid Bedfordshire 7,600 7,200
Mid Derbyshire 6,000 7,000
Mid Dorset and North Poole 6,400 6,300
Mid Norfolk 9,700 9,400
Mid Sussex 7,300 6,700
Mid Ulster 16,000 17,100
Mid Worcestershire 9,600 8,700
Middlesbrough 21,600 12,600
Middlesbrough South and East Cleveland 13,700 11,700
Midlothian 10,300 10,300
Milton Keynes North 14,500 9,400
Milton Keynes South 15,600 10,900
Mitcham and Morden 16,000 7,700
Mole Valley 5,600 5,700
Monmouth 7,800 8,800
Montgomeryshire 6,800 6,500
Moray 9,200 8,000
Morecambe and Lunesdale 12,800 10,800
Morley and Outwood 9,700 8,600
Motherwell and Wishaw 15,500 14,300
Na h-Eileanan an Iar 2,900 3,200
Neath 11,100 12,700
New Forest East 7,100 7,500
New Forest West 6,700 7,200
Newark 9,500 8,800
Newbury 8,000 6,400
Newcastle upon Tyne Central 19,100 10,700
Newcastle upon Tyne East 13,800 9,000
Newcastle upon Tyne North 12,500 10,600
Newcastle-under-Lyme 9,800 9,100
Newport East 12,000 10,000
Newport West 13,300 11,400
Newry and Armagh 20,400 19,500
Newton Abbot 9,800 9,600
Normanton, Pontefract and Castleford 16,200 13,800
North Antrim 16,800 16,800
North Ayrshire and Arran 14,800 12,900
North Cornwall 10,900 8,700
North Devon 11,100 9,200
North Dorset 7,500 7,600
North Down 10,500 12,700
North Durham 13,100 11,500
North East Bedfordshire 8,700 7,700
North East Cambridgeshire 14,100 12,300
North East Derbyshire 9,500 10,400
North East Fife 6,300 6,200
North East Hampshire 5,000 5,100
North East Hertfordshire 8,100 7,300
North East Somerset 7,500 7,200
North Herefordshire 7,800 7,500
North Norfolk 8,900 8,800
North Shropshire 10,500 9,800
North Somerset 6,500 7,000
North Swindon 11,600 9,400
North Thanet 14,300 12,300
North Tyneside 16,100 13,000
North Warwickshire 10,400 9,600
North West Cambridgeshire 13,600 10,500
North West Durham 12,800 12,000
North West Hampshire 8,300 7,300
North West Leicestershire 8,900 8,400
North West Norfolk 11,300 10,300
North Wiltshire 6,500 6,400
Northampton North 11,500 7,800
Northampton South 14,100 8,400
Norwich North 10,900 8,700
Norwich South 13,900 9,600
Nottingham East 19,600 10,400
Nottingham North 21,900 14,300
Nottingham South 13,900 9,100
Nuneaton 12,200 9,500
Ochil and South Perthshire 11,000 10,400
Ogmore 11,300 11,900
Old Bexley and Sidcup 6,600 6,300
Oldham East and Saddleworth 18,100 11,400
Oldham West and Royton 20,600 12,000
Orkney and Shetland 3,600 4,000
Orpington 7,000 6,200
Oxford East 12,100 7,700
Oxford West and Abingdon 6,400 5,900
Paisley and Renfrewshire North 10,800 11,000
Paisley and Renfrewshire South 13,000 11,400
Pendle 15,000 9,900
Penistone and Stocksbridge 8,200 9,200
Penrith and The Border 6,700 6,800
Perth and North Perthshire 10,600 9,700
Peterborough 22,700 12,300
Plymouth, Moor View 14,000 12,900
Plymouth, Sutton and Devonport 18,100 12,100
Pontypridd 9,400 10,000
Poole 10,200 8,400
Poplar and Limehouse 27,000 10,700
Portsmouth North 12,000 8,600
Portsmouth South 15,800 8,600
Preseli Pembrokeshire 10,400 9,200
Preston 18,400 10,800
Pudsey 7,600 6,500
Putney 10,700 5,300
Rayleigh and Wickford 6,800 7,200
Reading East 10,000 5,900
Reading West 12,400 7,700
Redcar 14,900 11,900
Redditch 10,500 8,100
Reigate 7,200 6,700
Rhondda 12,600 12,200
Ribble Valley 7,300 7,900
Richmond (Yorks) 8,000 8,300
Richmond Park 8,100 5,400
Rochdale 21,800 12,700
Rochester and Strood 12,500 10,000
Rochford and Southend East 17,200 10,700
Romford 11,300 7,400
Romsey and Southampton North 6,400 5,700
Ross, Skye and Lochaber 6,500 6,000
Rossendale and Darwen 12,600 10,100
Rother Valley 10,800 11,000
Rotherham 17,200 12,300
Rugby 9,600 7,900
Ruislip, Northwood and Pinner 7,400 6,300
Runnymede and Weybridge 7,400 6,400
Rushcliffe 6,300 6,800
Rutherglen and Hamilton West 16,300 14,900
Rutland and Melton 7,400 7,000
Saffron Walden 7,400 6,500
Salford and Eccles 19,600 12,900
Salisbury 8,500 7,400
Scarborough and Whitby 13,500 11,300
Scunthorpe 12,900 9,700
Sedgefield 12,200 11,600
Sefton Central 7,000 9,400
Selby and Ainsty 7,900 7,500
Sevenoaks 6,900 6,900
Sheffield Central 14,300 9,000
Sheffield South East 14,300 11,900
Sheffield, Brightside and Hillsborough 22,700 15,200
Sheffield, Hallam 4,600 5,400
Sheffield, Heeley 15,200 11,300
Sherwood 11,200 11,700
Shipley 9,500 7,600
Shrewsbury and Atcham 10,200 9,400
Sittingbourne and Sheppey 15,500 13,400
Skipton and Ripon 7,100 7,100
Sleaford and North Hykeham 9,700 10,900
Slough 19,700 8,700
Solihull 8,000 8,300
Somerton and Frome 9,600 8,400
South Antrim 12,800 15,000
South Basildon and East Thurrock 12,200 9,400
South Cambridgeshire 6,700 6,700
South Derbyshire 9,100 9,000
South Dorset 11,100 10,100
South Down 17,000 18,000
South East Cambridgeshire 8,100 7,300
South East Cornwall 10,100 9,200
South Holland and The Deepings 11,100 9,800
South Leicestershire 8,400 7,600
South Norfolk 8,800 8,600
South Northamptonshire 7,400 7,000
South Ribble 8,600 9,000
South Shields 15,500 11,600
South Staffordshire 8,400 8,400
South Suffolk 7,800 7,300
South Swindon 12,800 8,600
South Thanet 15,600 11,900
South West Bedfordshire 10,300 7,900
South West Devon 6,900 8,000
South West Hertfordshire 6,600 6,000
South West Norfolk 11,200 10,400
South West Surrey 6,100 6,000
South West Wiltshire 9,700 8,900
Southampton, Itchen 14,900 9,900
Southampton, Test 15,800 9,700
Southend West 9,700 7,500
Southport 12,300 11,200
Spelthorne 8,800 7,000
St Albans 7,500 5,900
St Austell and Newquay 13,900 10,600
St Helens North 14,400 13,900
St Helens South and Whiston 16,400 14,800
St Ives 11,000 8,500
Stafford 9,200 8,400
Staffordshire Moorlands 6,300 7,000
Stalybridge and Hyde 14,100 10,500
Stevenage 10,700 8,800
Stirling 8,700 8,400
Stockport 13,700 9,500
Stockton North 15,800 12,200
Stockton South 11,500 9,800
Stoke-on-Trent Central 14,800 9,600
Stoke-on-Trent North 16,200 11,800
Stoke-on-Trent South 13,100 11,000
Stone 6,000 7,400
Stourbridge 10,600 8,400
Strangford 12,500 14,400
Stratford-on-Avon 7,500 6,900
Streatham 17,400 7,100
Stretford and Urmston 13,800 10,300
Stroud 8,700 7,600
Suffolk Coastal 8,800 9,300
Sunderland Central 17,200 13,800
Surrey Heath 6,900 6,500
Sutton and Cheam 8,900 6,000
Sutton Coldfield 7,100 7,400
Swansea East 14,700 13,100
Swansea West 12,100 10,600
Tamworth 10,400 8,800
Tatton 6,300 6,600
Taunton Deane 12,000 10,300
Telford 15,500 12,200
Tewkesbury 8,300 7,500
The Cotswolds 7,000 6,600
The Wrekin 10,300 9,600
Thirsk and Malton 8,300 8,400
Thornbury and Yate 6,300 7,000
Thurrock 16,300 9,800
Tiverton and Honiton 9,800 9,300
Tonbridge and Malling 7,900 7,500
Tooting 11,400 5,900
Torbay 16,300 13,600
Torfaen 13,100 12,700
Torridge and West Devon 10,800 10,000
Totnes 9,800 9,200
Tottenham 31,900 12,000
Truro and Falmouth 10,100 8,000
Tunbridge Wells 8,300 6,800
Twickenham 8,300 5,700
Tynemouth 10,900 9,300
Upper Bann 20,300 20,600
Uxbridge and South Ruislip 11,500 7,300
Vale of Clwyd 12,200 12,000
Vale of Glamorgan 12,800 11,900
Vauxhall 19,100 8,400
Wakefield 13,400 10,000
Wallasey 15,500 13,900
Walsall North 18,700 12,500
Walsall South 19,200 11,200
Walthamstow 19,200 7,800
Wansbeck 11,600 10,800
Wantage 8,600 7,400
Warley 18,200 10,200
Warrington North 12,000 10,400
Warrington South 9,900 9,000
Warwick and Leamington 8,800 6,700
Washington and Sunderland West 14,900 12,700
Watford 12,300 7,800
Waveney 14,500 12,900
Wealden 8,100 7,700
Weaver Vale 10,100 9,700
Wellingborough 12,900 10,100
Wells 11,100 9,600
Welwyn Hatfield 10,700 7,900
Wentworth and Dearne 15,100 13,900
West Aberdeenshire and Kincardine 5,100 4,900
West Bromwich East 16,800 10,800
West Bromwich West 17,800 11,500
West Dorset 8,800 9,100
West Dunbartonshire 15,600 13,400
West Ham 33,100 12,500
West Lancashire 11,500 10,500
West Suffolk 10,300 8,600
West Tyrone 17,400 19,000
West Worcestershire 8,400 8,400
Westminster North 18,600 10,000
Westmorland and Lonsdale 6,000 6,700
Weston-super-Mare 14,400 12,100
Wigan 14,600 12,300
Wimbledon 6,700 4,100
Winchester 5,900 5,700
Windsor 6,500 5,200
Wirral South 6,500 7,800
Wirral West 6,800 8,200
Witham 7,900 7,400
Witney 7,500 7,000
Woking 7,900 6,800
Wokingham 6,000 5,400
Wolverhampton North East 17,000 10,300
Wolverhampton South East 18,700 11,000
Wolverhampton South West 13,200 8,000
Worcester 11,300 8,600
Workington 9,700 9,500
Worsley and Eccles South 16,700 12,400
Worthing West 10,500 10,000
Wrexham 9,600 8,600
Wycombe 11,000 6,400
Wyre and Preston North 6,900 8,500
Wyre Forest 12,000 10,200
Wythenshawe and Sale East 19,200 13,400
Yeovil 11,500 9,800
Ynys Môn 9,000 8,200
York Central 10,300 6,900
York Outer 5,300 6,200

 

 

From: Department for Work and Pensions and The Rt Hon Thérèse Coffey MP

Published

22 June 2022

Last updated

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