Universal Credit claimants could get £1,200 boost paid into bank account - warning to note

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UNIVERSAL CREDIT claims have surged this year, with millions more people claiming the benefit as the UK felt the financial impact of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Some people getting Universal Credit may be able to access a savings account and hence boost their bank balance.

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