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DWP will pay £737 a month to people with 25 conditions after rate rise

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The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) is planning to increase all parts of the Personal Independence Payment (PIP) from April 6.

This means that if you have a health condition or disability that affects your daily life, you could get as much as £184.30 a week.

This would add up to £737.20 a month or £8,846.40 a year. The amount you get depends on how your condition affects you. A health professional will check your application to see how much help you need. Read more: DWP change will see millions of people aged over 66 get boost to payments The rate is also checked regularly to make sure you're getting the right amount of support.

PIP is made up of two components and the amount you could get from the DWP depends on how your condition affects you. Currently, you could get: To be eligible for PIP, you need to have a health condition or disability that has caused problems with daily living or getting around (or both) for three months.

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