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income support regulations 1987 consolidated

Gareth Morgan
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Does anyone have a source for a recent set of these regs?  The legislation.gov.uk site has updates outstanding from 1997.

Charles
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https://www.legislation.gov.uk/uksi/1987/1967/pdfs/uksi_19871967_310320_en.pdf

This is updated to March 2020. Can be accessed from the “More Resources” link on the left on legislation.gov.uk.

Gareth Morgan
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Scream!!

But when I click on the latest version, whole PDF on the right, it doen’t even have PIP in the DP qualifications list.  Instead I get an enormous list of things not yet included

Changes to legislation:
There are outstanding changes not yet made by the legislation.gov.uk editorial team to The
Income Support (General) Regulations 1987. Any changes that have already been made by the
team appear in the content and are referenced with annotations.
View outstanding changes
Changes and effects yet to be applied to :
– Pt. 5 Ch. 7 heading words omitted by S.I. 2009/2655 reg. 2(6)
– Pt. 6 revoked by S.I. 2009/3228 reg. 2(1)(a)
– Sch. 1B para. 4(a)(i) comma substituted for word by S.I. 2022/177 art. 2(4)(a)(i)
– Sch. 1B para. 4(a)(iii) comma substituted for word by S.I. 2022/177 art. 2(4)(b)(i)
– Sch. 1B para. 7(a) excluded by S.I. 2010/1907 reg. 22(c)
etc. etc.

and some of those date back to 1997.

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The latest version you are looking at is the latest compiled by the legislation.gov.uk team.

The ones under the “More Resources” tab are created by DWP (used to be part of the Blue Volumes until they were discontinued).