Universal Credit claimants could get £500 self-isolation grant but beware huge new fines

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UNIVERSAL Credit and other state benefit claimants may be able to receive a one-off payment of £500 in the coming weeks as new self-isolation rules are enforced. Over the weekend, the government detailed that from September 28, people will be required to self-isolate by law if they test positive for coronavirus or are contacted by the test and trace service.

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