This means they will have to look for work for a set period of time a week to continue getting Universal Credit.
More working hours
Under pending new DWP rules, Universal Credit claimants will have to work longer hours or go to meetings with their work coach to keep getting paid.
Currently, anyone getting the benefit payment who is working a minimum of nine hours per week does not need to attend meetings.
However, this threshold is set to rise to 12 hours per week, according to former Work and Pensions Secretary Thérèse Coffey. This means claimants will have to work more hours.