Feeding Camden March Number 2 “Dismay” about financial losses of claimants and the switch to UC Feeding Camden March Number 1 reported on a meeting of the Work and Pensions Select Committee on 27 February 2019 at which welfare and policy
Universal Credit has the potential to help families locked in poverty but urgent improvements are needed.
The independent Joseph Rowntree Foundation has published a new analysis of UC concluding that it has the potential to help families locked in poverty but urgent improvements in its design, funding and delivery are needed if it is not to
Feeding Camden February 2019 Number One In October 2018 the government announced funding for Citizens Advice to help support people with Universal Credit (UC). 1 The organisation is now calling on the government for UC to continue to be reformed
Feeding Camden January 2019 No 2 As reported in the first issue of Feeding Camden 2019 there was much speculation at the start of 2019 that changes to Universal Credit (UC) were imminent. We did not have long to wait for
Next phase of Universal Credit (UC) to be overhauled – Government rethinks ‘catastrophic’ benefits system Jean Kilshaw, on behalf of Feeding Camden Work and Pensions Secretary Amber Rudd is set to overhaul the rollout of UC following widespread criticism of