sickness benefit

NOUN
  1. money paid (by the government) to someone who is too ill to work
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How To Use sickness benefit In A Sentence

  • The rules on claiming sickness benefit have been tightened up.
  • Cutting back on sickness benefit will deliver miracle cures of biblical proportions. The Sun
  • What he actually wants to do is apply for sickness benefit, but a mysterious glitch says he is not sick and is only eligible for jobseekers' allowance. Times, Sunday Times
  • It did not make any mention of the fact that many of the people who have come off the unemployment benefit have casually moved over to the invalids benefit or the sickness benefit.
  • The most novel approach related to sickness benefit.
  • Spending cuts would especially affect public administration and, within the social welfare budget, the level of payments on sickness benefit.
  • Spending cuts would especially affect public administration and, within the social welfare budget, the level of payments on sickness benefit.
  • One idea would see drug addicts and alcoholics lose sickness benefits if they refused treatment. Times, Sunday Times
  • Ministers are to overhaul the way long-term claimants of sickness benefits are assessed. The Sun
  • At the end of sickness benefit claimants will move on to incapacity benefit if they are still without work. Times, Sunday Times
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