In the second of our National Picture of Welfare Reform series we look at how the impact of Universal Credit varies nationwide. 2/4
Our recent analysis on the impact of work allowance cuts to Universal Credit echoes findings in this week’s report by Resolution Foundation.
More English councils than ever are having to cut Council Tax support budgets to balance the books, new research from NPI reveals.
A timeline of the resignation of Iain Duncan Smith, and what it means now for Universal Credit from Policy in Practice.
Wed 9 March at 10:30. Listen back to hear how we model CTRS schemes to help councils protect their most vulnerable citizens, now and in the future.
We briefed Lord Kirkwood in support of the repeal of Universal Credit work allowances proposed amendment to the Welfare Reform and Work Bill. Read our analysis.
Deven Ghelani looked at work incentives under Universal Credit and shared new analysis he prepared for Lord Kirkwood for last week’s Lord’s debate.
The mid term report for Universal Credit is good, but not that good. We critique the DWP’s research and show how the carrot and the stick are being used.
Our webinar revealed that 75,000 people in work on Universal Credit will be worse off in April 2016 as a result of SR2015. Listen back and view slides here.