In a new approach, Policy in Practice is helping councils to target support to Universal Credit claimants by analysing council tax support data.
New analysis on how public sector data can be used to overcome barriers to credit, from Policy in Practice for the Financial Inclusion Commission.
The Observer highlights the broken link between housing support and rents as it covers new analysis from Policy in Practice.
New analysis on the impact of welfare reforms, including the broken link between LHA rates and rents, from Policy in Practice and Learning & Working Institute for the LGA.
Deven Ghelani joined The Webb Memorial Trust and the All Party Parliamentary Group on Poverty recently, bringing discussions about poverty to Westminster.
Deven Ghelani joined the panel at The Spectator’s event critiquing the Conservative route to fighting poverty. Read 3 things government should consider now.
GE2017: A side by side comparison of welfare and related manifesto pledges of the Conservative, Labour and Liberal Democrat parties.
Policy in Practice director Deven Ghelani gave evidence to the Scottish Parliament Social Security Committee on two child limit for tax credits this week.
New analysis on The Impact of the Two Child Limit to Tax Credits: A Briefing Paper by Policy in Practice (April 2017).
Deven Ghelani reveals a new financial inclusion project investigating how public sector data can be used to build people’s credit scores and promote access to financial services. How many of…
Our analysis on ‘Just About Managing’ households was covered in the Guardian on Monday, as their lead story. This article provides a brief recap of the analysis, and focus on…
On Wednesday 23 November the Chancellor will unveil a new budget plan for Britain until the end of this parliament in the traditional Autumn Statement. Download press release We don’t…