Deven Ghelani explains how local government Revenues and Benefits departments can punch above their weight using data sets they already have.
Analysis from Policy in Practice finds that the Living Wage won’t compensate for cuts to tax credits, leaving poor families worse off in 2016.
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.
Housing associations expert, Bill Irvine from Universal Credit Advice, talks about the latest welfare reforms and how housing associations can respond.
Deven Ghelani, Policy in Practice, looks at where more welfare cuts could come from to meet the Election 2015 manifesto pledges.
Nutritional scientist Anika Knueppel reacts to a potential welfare reform policy advocating cutting benefits for overweight people.