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Stacey Chanelle Claire Solomon (born 4 October 1989) is an English singer and media personality. In 2009, she finished in third place on the sixth series of The X Factor, and gained a number one single on the UK Singles Chart when her fellow The X Factor finalists released a cover of "You Are Not Alone". Solomon won the tenth series of I'm a Celebrity...

Get Me Out of Here!. Her debut single, a cover of "Driving Home for Christmas", was released on 19 December 2011. Solomon then released her debut album Shy on 18 April 2015. In September 2016, she began appearing as a panellist on Loose Women and in November of the same year she presented the I'm a Celebrity spin-off series I'm a Celebrity: Extra Camp.

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People with gut-related health issues could be due up to £737 each month

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Last year, the Scottish Government launched a campaign to raise awareness of the bowel conditions Crohn’s and Colitis after research showed that case numbers are rising.

Over 50,000 people in Scotland are living with these long-term conditions - commonly referred to as Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) - which inflame the gut.However, many people may not be aware that Personal Independence Payment (PIP) and Adult Disability Payment (ADP) could provide extra financial support to help with the extra costs of living with a gastrointestinal health condition such as Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), hernia, constipation and Coeliac disease.The latest figures from the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) show that at the end of January, more than 32,600 people across Great Britain were claiming PIP for a gastrointestinal health condition, including 2,0002 living in Scotland.

A successful claim for PIP or ADP is currently worth between £26.90 and £172.75 each week in additional financial support and as the benefit is paid every four weeks, this amounts to between £107.60 and £691 every pay period.From April 8, PIP and ADP payments will rise by 6.7 per cent as part of the annual uprating exercise.

This means payments will be worth between £28.70 and £184.30 each week, or £114.80 and £737.20 each pay period.The number of people claiming PIP is at an all-time high, with 3.5 million receiving extra support.

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