Benefit fraud is also dwarfed by farming subsidies.
The single farm payment is £209 per hectare.
Payments for areas of scientific interest - prevalent throughout Pennine Britain to maintain flora and fauna @ £12 per acre. Most farms will have 80 or so hectares - an extra £2,400
Payments for maintaining boundaries. I think it's similar at £2,400 for a typical farm
Payments for not using gates (stints) on common land, (basically payments for not farming). I have 2.5 gates that net £250 a year so a typical farm will net £20,000. Thse are important for carbon off setting.
So without getting out of bed I can net over £40K for owning land on a typical farm of 80 hectares.
There are 18.7 million hectares of farming land in the UK accruing a potential £9b in subsidies for land owners, without a seed being sown or a lamb being born.
Benefit fraud is somewhat dwarfed by the redistribution of wealth to land owners in the UK.