Loose Women fans confused as show 'goes missing' | The Sun

LOOSE Women viewers were left scratching their heads today as the show wasn't in its usual slot.

ITV1 shook-up its schedule to make room for the government's Autumn Statement, delaying Loose Women by at least 15 minutes.

One concerned viewer wrote on Twitter: "Will Loose Women still be on?"

Another said: "So is #LooseWomen on today or what?"

A third posted: "Is it on today as looks like the budget is on?"

When the show did eventually air, the panel discussed if women struggled to be heard in modern society.

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Some couldn't resist pointing out that the show itself – with four women discussing the topics of the day on mainstream TV – was proof that they do.

Meanwhile the Autumn Statement confirmed that millions on benefits and Universal Credit will get a new one-off £900 payment.

Hard-up Brits welcomed confirmation on support options to help ease the stress of rising energy bills.

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The Chancellor announced another round of cost of living packages in today's Autumn Statement.

Pensioners will get £300 and there will be another £150 disability payment.

A means-tested payment of £900 will specifically go to Brits who claim benefits.

Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has vowed to protect the poorest as he prepares to strip back energy bill support and let heating costs rise.

Mr Hunt said: "For the most vulnerable we will introduce additional cost of living payments next year, of £900 to households on means-tested benefits; £300 to pensioner households; and £150 for individuals on disability benefit.

"We will also provide an additional £1bn of funding to enable a further twelve month extension to the Household Support Fund, helping Local Authorities to assist those who might otherwise fall through the cracks."

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