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Amber Rudd said she wants the Government’s benefit freeze to come to an end next year in a move which places her on a collision course with Philip Hammond.

The freeze, introduced by George Osborne in 2016, is up for renewal in 2020 but the Work and Pensions Secretary said it was “certainly my view that it should come to an end at that stage”.

Ms Rudd’s comments represent a direct challenge to the Chancellor who would have to find an estimated £1.5billion a year to pay for restarting the process of increasing working age benefits in line with inflation.

It came as Ms Rudd announced measures to improve Universal Credit, the Government’s flagship welfare reform which combines numerous benefits into...

Amber Rudd said she wants the Government’s benefit freeze to come to an end next year in a move which places her on a collision course with Philip Hammond.

The freeze, introduced by George Osborne in 2016, is up for renewal in 2020 but the Work and Pensions Secretary said it was “certainly my view that it should come to an end at that stage”.

Ms Rudd’s comments represent a direct challenge to the Chancellor who would have to find an estimated £1.5billion a year to pay for restarting the process of increasing working age benefits in line with inflation.

It came as Ms Rudd announced measures to improve Universal Credit, the Government’s flagship welfare reform which combines numerous benefits into...

Amber Rudd said she wants the Government’s benefit freeze to come to an end next year in a move which places her on a collision course with Philip Hammond.

The freeze, introduced by George Osborne in 2016, is up for renewal in 2020 but the Work and Pensions Secretary said it was “certainly my view that it should come to an end at that stage”.

Ms Rudd’s comments represent a direct challenge to the Chancellor who would have to find an estimated £1.5billion a year to pay for restarting the process of increasing working age benefits in line with inflation.

It came as Ms Rudd announced measures to improve Universal Credit, the Government’s flagship welfare reform which combines numerous benefits into...

Amber Rudd said she wants the Government’s benefit freeze to come to an end next year in a move which places her on a collision course with Philip Hammond.

The freeze, introduced by George Osborne in 2016, is up for renewal in 2020 but the Work and Pensions Secretary said it was “certainly my view that it should come to an end at that stage”.

Ms Rudd’s comments represent a direct challenge to the Chancellor who would have to find an estimated £1.5billion a year to pay for restarting the process of increasing working age benefits in line with inflation.

It came as Ms Rudd announced measures to improve Universal Credit, the Government’s flagship welfare reform which combines numerous benefits into...