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JSA

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The court heard he received six months' worth of benefits amounting to more than PS1,400 in jobseeker's allowance and PS600 in council tax benefit.
Lawyers for the pair said the immediate effect of the ruling was that all applicants who had their jobseeker's allowance withdrawn for non-compliance with the schemes were entitled to reclaim their allowance.
The Westminster Government were fully aware people claiming Jobseeker's Allowance were already waiting well over a week for payment, so why did he try to justify his move in the way he did?
McDonagh, with an address at College Green in Maynooth, Co Kildare, had been claiming the jobseeker's allowance in the name of Christopher Barrett from September 2007 to March last year.
The measure, announced by Cameron and Work and Pensions Secretary Iain Duncan Smith, is likely to apply to around 67,000 people on Jobseeker's Allowance, the Daily Mail reports.
The Government is planning a radical overhaul of the benefits system, meaning people who claim Jobseeker's allowance for 12 months will have their housing benefit automatically cut by 10%.
MICHAEL Jackson failed to pass the new benefits test and was placed on Jobseeker's allowance - but now has no regrets.
The Colne Valley MP (below) spoke about his happiness that the number of people in Colne Valley claiming Jobseeker's Allowance has fallen by 49 per cent up to June 2015, a drop of 1,201 people.
There is no pay, just the PS72 jobseeker's allowance (or not if you don't turn up).
And instead of Jobseeker's Allowance, the standard unemployment bene-fit, people aged 21 or under will receive a new "youth allowance" with conditions attached.
THE number of people claiming jobseeker's allowance in Merseyside has fallen by more than 4% over the past month, according to official figures.
Ministers said they were "rebuilding" Britain's economy after new figures showed falls in youth and long-term unemployment, a big rise in job vacancies, and the 15th consecutive fall in the numbers claiming jobseeker's allowance.