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Катрина Эми Александра Алексис Прайс (родилась 22 мая 1978 года), ранее известная под псевдонимом Джордан, является английской медийной личностью, моделью, бизнес-леди, певицей и писателем. В 1996 году Прайс приобрела известность благодаря своей гламурной модельной работе, появившейся на страницах 3 британских таблоидов The Sun и The Daily Star. Она появилась в третьей серии "Я знаменитость ... Вытащи меня отсюда!" в 2004 и в следующем году она заняла второе место в поисках заявки на участие в конкурсе песни Евровидение в Великобритании.

В 2006 году Прайс выпустила свой дебютный студийный альбом A Whole New World в сотрудничестве с Питером Андре. Она снялась в своих собственных реалити-шоу, включая «Джордан» (2002–2004 годы), «Кэти и Питер» (2004–2009 годы), «Подпись Кэти Прайс» (2011 год), «Кэти Прайс» (2009–2012 годы) и «Кэти Прайс: моя сумасшедшая жизнь» (2019 год). , Цена появилась на девятой серии I ' ма знаменитости ... вытащить меня отсюда! в 2009 году и был победителем пятнадцатой серии знаменитостей Big Brother в 2015 году.

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Nearly half of people over State Pension age failing to claim up to £3,000 in DWP benefits

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Cash-strapped older homeowners of State Pension age are missing out on thousands of pounds of extra income by failing to claim their full entitlement to key means-tested benefits delivered by the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP), according to a new report by Just Group.

The charity’s twelfth annual State Benefits insight report found that of pensioner homeowners entitled to receive benefits, nearly half (49%) were failing to claim with each household missing out on an average of £1,197 a year extra income.

Two in 10 (21%) who were claiming were receiving too little, on average missing out on £1,220 a year income.Stephen Lowe, group communications director at retirement specialist Just Group, said: “Every year we find meaningful income that would make a real difference to people’s lives is not being claimed.“The proportion eligible for a benefit is trending lower but more of those people are failing to claim.

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