Our new analysis for the CSJ on the cost of uprating Universal Credit to tackle the cost of living crisis looks at three policy options for the government to consider.
Read how managed migration to Universal Credit will affect people differently and steps to take to support people.
Over a million more people will be in poverty this April says new analysis from Policy in Practice ahead of the Spring Statement 2022.
We look at the government’s case for uprating benefits by less than inflation and argue that Universal Credit should be made to work better.
2022 is set to be a year with many challenges, especially for low-income households. We explore three of these and suggest actions that can make a difference.
Deven Ghelani outlines the policy alternatives to the £20 cut to Universal Credit that he explored on BBC Radio 4’s The Briefing Room.
The recovery of tax credit overpayments via Universal Credit is unfair and leading to low-income families facing a sharp fall in their income.
Deven Ghelani joins the new Commission on Social Security to consider the future of the social security system in the UK.
New analysis into how to fund Free School Meals finds that it will cost the government 60% less than parents to feed their children during school holidays.