Five predictors of homelessness have been identified using administrative data held by councils. Read our new work on tackling homelessness.
Policy in Practice today gave evidence to the Work and Pensions Select Committee about the impact of the lower benefit cap. This post summarises some of the key points presented before MPs, based on our experience of supporting local welfare providers on the front line.
The Phase Two findings of our Low Income Londoners and welfare reform project looks at self-employed people on low income in the capital.
In a new approach, Policy in Practice is helping councils to target support to Universal Credit claimants by analysing council tax support data.
Phase One of our Low Income Londoners research findings have been released. Download results from data tracking living standards across 14 London boroughs.
Policy in Practice helped Croydon Council prepare for the lower benefit cap by identifying exemptions and prioritising support to affected households.
Limiting the access to benefits for EU citizens adds complexity for little gain, finds Policy in Practice’s new analysis.
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.