The Chancellor would like us to believe that a National Living Wage will make work pay, but the Government benefits more than low paid workers.
Leeds City Council mapped the cumulative impact of Welfare Reforms on residents using a data set all Local Authorities have.
New analysis from Policy in Practice looks at the combined impact of these measures and finds that many low earning households will be worse off in 2020.
In light of DWP’s recent HBAI data Deven Ghelani, Policy in Practice, examines the link between welfare reform and poverty.
Poverty statistics released by the Department for Work and Pensions find one in five households are still living in poverty. Policy in Practice looks at the numbers.
In work benefit calculators help set realistic job goals – a crucial first step on the path into work. View this recording of our webinar held on 9 July 2015 for more.
Policy in Practice’s Lisa Stidle reviews Making The Most of Universal Credit, a report recently published by the Resolution Foundation.
Housing associations expert, Bill Irvine from Universal Credit Advice, talks about the latest welfare reforms and how housing associations can respond.
The implementation of welfare reform in Northern Ireland is not a straight forward matter writes Deven Ghelani, one of the architects of Universal Credit.
Deven Ghelani, Policy in Practice, looks at where more welfare cuts could come from to meet the Election 2015 manifesto pledges.
A side by side comparison of welfare and related policies of the three main political parties for the 2015 General Election.
An in-depth overview of the German welfare system and its different benefits, with information about administration, sanctions and conditionality.