Deven Ghelani reviews new analysis by University of Warwick that challenges a key driver for benefit cuts, asking if the savings generated are worth the price paid.
We review what the main parties say about social security and welfare reform in their Election 2019 manifestos to see how they will increase living standards for low-income families.
Fabiana Macor, Policy and Data Analyst at Policy in Practice, looks at the importance of costing the homelessness crisis both in London and across the UK and the role data analysis can play in homelessness prevention.
In Budget 2018 Philip Hammond announced £2.7 billion boost to Universal Credit. We look at the impact some of these changes will have on the incomes of low-income households nationwide.
New analysis on how public sector data can be used to overcome barriers to credit, from Policy in Practice for the Financial Inclusion Commission.
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.