To ask the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions, if he will publish the total number of people assessed for personal independence payment (PIP) who have been awarded a total score of zero in the assessment process for the (a) mobility and (b) daily living component part in each year since the introduction of PIP.
31 January 2017
The table below gives statistics on the number of cases given a total of zero points at assessment for the a) mobility and b) daily living components of Personal Independence Payment (PIP) each year since the introduction of PIP.
Table 1 – number of cases scoring zero points at assessment for PIP
Zero mobility, non-zero daily living
Zero daily living, non-zero mobility
Zero mobility and zero daily living
Apr 13 - Mar 14
Apr 14 - Mar 15
Apr 15 - Mar 16
Apr 16 - Oct 16 (part year)
- Figures are for Great Britain only.
- PIP data includes normal rules claimants, and is for both new claims and Disability Living Allowance to PIP reassessment claims. Cases assessed under special rules for the terminally ill have been excluded.
- Data has been rounded to the nearest 100.
- Rows may not sum due to rounding.