Welfare benefit expenditure in the UK

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Statista dossier about welfare benefit expenditure in the UK

This dossier presents statistics detailing government welfare benefit expenditure in the United Kingdom. The statistics combine to give an overview of such expenditure including a detailed look at the main social benefits of the UK including historical data as well as forecasts up unto 2022.

Table of contents

  • 1. Latest and past expenditure
    • Total welfare benefits: United Kingdom (UK) government spending 2002-2017

    • Income support: United Kingdom (UK) government spending 2002-2017

    • United Kingdom (UK) government spending: Employment and support allowance 2008-2017

    • Social fund: United Kingdom (UK) government spending 2002-2014

    • United Kingdom (UK) government spending on statutory maternity pay 2002-2017

    • Incapacity benefit: United Kingdom (UK) government spending 2002-2017

    • Disability living allowance: United Kingdom (UK) government spending 2002-2017

    • Attendance allowance: United Kingdom (UK) government spending 2002-2017

    • Carer's allowance: United Kingdom (UK) government spending 2002-2017

    • Winter fuel payments: United Kingdom (UK) government spending 2002-2017

    • Pension credit: United Kingdom (UK) government spending 2003-2017

    • Over 75 TV licenses: United Kingdom (UK) government spending 2000-2017

  • 2. Expenditure distribution
    • Share of total household income from state support United Kingdom (UK) 2004-2017

    • Share of total household income from state support UK, by country 2016/2017

    • Share of families receiving income-related benefits UK 2016/2017, by country

    • Share of families receiving non-income-related benefits UK 2016/2017, by country

    • Share of families receiving benefits United Kingdom (UK) 2016/2017, by benefit

    • Share of families receiving income-related benefits England 2016/2017, by region

    • Share of families receiving non-income-related benefits England 2016/2017, by region

    • Share of families receiving state support UK 2016/2017, by family type

    • Share of families receiving income-related benefits UK 2016/2017, by family type

    • Share of families receiving non-income-related benefits UK 2016/2017, by family type

    • Share of families receiving state support UK 2016/2017, by age group

    • Share of families receiving income-related benefits UK 2016/2017, by age group

    • Share of families receiving non-income-related benefits UK 2016/2017, by age group

    • Share of families receiving state support UK 2016/2017, by employment status

    • Share of families receiving income-related benefit UK 2016/2017, by employment status

    • Share of families receiving non-income-related benefit UK 2016/2017, by employment

  • 3. Expenditure forecasts
    • Total welfare benefits: forecasted United Kingdom (UK) government spending 2017-2023

    • Income support: Forecasted United Kingdom (UK) government spending 2016-2023

    • Employment and support allowance: Forecasted UK government spending 2013-19

    • United Kingdom (UK) government spending forecast: statutory maternity pay 2014-2023

    • Incapacity benefit: Forecasted United Kingdom (UK) government spending 2014-2023

    • UK government spending forecast: disability living allowance 2016-2023

    • Attendance allowance: Forecasted United Kingdom (UK) government spending 2017-2023

    • Carer's allowance: Forecasted United Kingdom (UK) government spending 2017-2023

    • Winter fuel payments: Forecasted United Kingdom (UK) government spending 2017-2023

    • Pension credit: Forecasted United Kingdom (UK) government spending 2016-2023

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