In The News
Monday 21 November 2016
Policy in Practice analysis was featured on the front page of The Guardian, ahead of the Autumn Statement.
Our analysis of 187,000 households across the UK found that policies including cuts to universal credit and the four-year benefit rate freeze, coupled with rising rents and higher inflation, would see low-income working families typically lose £48.90 a week by the end of the decade.
Tuesday 22 November 2016
Deven Ghelani was quoted in Millions affected by universal credit cuts to be partly compensated by chancellor in The Guardian.
He said: “£3bn would make universal credit broadly as generous as the tax credit system is today – essential for a government that wants to make work pay.
“Investing in the work allowance puts more money in the pockets of lower earning households, while a lower withdrawal rate may help the prospects of those looking to progress in work.”