The available information is in the following table.
|Income support for people aged under 60||9,346||10,044||10,434||10,239||10,369|
|With a disability premium||4,057||4,398||4,701||4,563||4,719|
|Income support/minimum income guarantee/pension credit for people aged 60 and over||4,256||4,557||4,868||4,708||4,896|
|Jobseeker's allowance (income-based)||3,148||2,710||2,318||2,210||2,091|
|Housing benefit and discretionary housing payments||12,457||12,426||12,577||13,268||12,722|
|Council tax benefit||2,827||2,865||2,914||2,975||3,342|
1.All figures have been rounded to the nearest million pound.
2.Figures quoted for 1999–2000 to 2002–03 are actual outturn and those quoted 2003–04 are estimated outturn.
3.Income support expenditure has been provided separately for people aged under 60 and people aged 60 and over. Expenditure for those aged 60 and over includes minimum income guarantee and pension credit.
4.It is not possible to accurately state expenditure on the disability premium paid within income support. Rather than make any assumptions about the level of disability premium expenditure, all expenditure on people who receive a disability premium has been included.
5.Incapacity benefit is not an income-related benefit.
Source: DWP expenditure tables.