The Chancellor’s U-turn on tax credits cuts shows that he listened to many people, ourselves included, who were concerned that the cuts announced in July would hit the pockets and the employment prospects of working families too hard.
Yet the savings the Chancellor wants to achieve over the long term will still be realised within Universal Credit.
With the exception of households working mini-jobs, the new system leaves more people worse off in work than the current benefits system.
We analysed the data from the SR2015 announcements and revealed our results in this webinar.
View the webinar recording below.
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Universal Credit and the Impact on Work Incentives
Thursday 28 January at 10:30am
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Welfare Reform Roadmap to 2020
Download our simple colour coded roadmap showing when welfare policy changes are planned, from April 2016 to April 2020.
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