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Universal Credit joint report: “Universal Credit is in danger of failing to deliver on its key objectives”

  A joint report “Will Universal Credit work?” prepared by the TUC and the child poverty action group has raised serious questions over the coalitions new Universal Credit benefit due to be implemented nationwide beginning in October 2013. The report looks at Universal […]

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Universal Credit and the benefits cap

The governments controversial benefits cap has come into force, albeit on a trial basis in four London boroughs before the national rollout scheduled to begin in July through to September. The

Universal Credit: The One Percent Debate

MPs will debate and vote this week on the controversial welfare benefits uprating bill. The bill proposes that benefit rises over the next 3

Guest Book Review : Universal Credit: what you need to know (CPAG)

Guest book  review by Mr Richard Smith (Accountant)  of the CPAG publication "Universal Credit: what you need to know"   When a colleague

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