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The Social Security Benefits Up-rating Regulations 1991

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Amendment of the Social Security (General Benefit) Regulations 1982

5.  Regulation 16 of the Social Security (General Benefit) Regulations 1982(1) (earnings level for the purpose of unemployability supplement) shall be further amended by the substitution for “£1820.00” of “£2028.00”.

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S.I. 1982/1408; the relevant amending instrument is S.I. 1990/645. Unemployability Supplement is only payable to those beneficiaries in receipt of it immediately before 6th April 1987 – see Social Security Act 1986, section 39, Schedule 3, paragraph 4 and S.I. 1987/354, article 2, Schedule 1.

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