The answer is not available in the format requested. The following table is a snap shot for October 2007 and shows the approximate (a) percentage and (b) cash value of each of the main benefits administered by DWP paid (i) into bank/building society accounts (ii) into Post Office card accounts (POca), and (iii) by DWP cheque.
|Percentage of payments||Cash values (£ million)||Percentage of payments||Cash values (£ million)||Percentage of payments||Cash values (£ million)|
|Industrial injuries disablement benefits||76||60||23||19||1||0.6|
|Disability living allowance||81||575||17||121||2||15|
|(1) State pension cheque values include payments of incapacity benefit and widows benefit. |
1. Figures relate to GB only.
2. Income support value figures include payments of pension credit.
3. State pension value figures for bank/building society and POca figures include payments of widows benefit.
4. Cash values have been rounded to the nearest £ million.
DWP Method of Payment Statistics for the month of October 2007.