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DWP (Department for Work and Pensions)

The DWP - which stands for Department for Work and Pensions - is part of the British Government and is responsible for welfare payments, State Pension and the child maintenance service. It is the UK’s biggest public service department. The DWP runs jobcentres and administers a range of working age, disability and ill-health benefits to more than 30 million claimants and customers, including Universal Credit, Personal Independence Payment, Employment & Support Allowance, Income Support, and Jobseeker's Allowance.

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