Welfare assessments for people with disabilities will be made later than originally planned, the government has announced.
About 3.2 million people receive Disability Living Allowance (DLA), a payment of between £20.55 and £131.50 a week to assist them in leading independent lives.
From 8 April, it will be replaced by Personal Independence Payments (PIPs).
Now the timetable of assessments for the new benefit has been extended.
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