Coronavirus support schemes come to an end: we discuss how councils are working to prevent crisis and income shocks for low-income households
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.
For International Women’s Day we interviewed the women of Policy in Practice to find out about their careers. Watch the video here.
Budget 2021: Our policy analysts Sam Tims, Alex Clegg and Zoe Charlesworth look at the announcements and what they mean for welfare.
Policy in Practice reviewed different collection policies for council tax across London for the Greater London Authority. Hear our findings.
Administering the Covid Winter Grant Scheme has put councils under pressure. LIFT’s new poverty indicators can help identify eligible families.
Read a review of our evidence to the Scottish Social Security Committee on the role of Scottish Social Security in Covid-19 recovery.
Policy in Practice’s recommended changes to Universal Credit published in Work and Pension Committee report
Changes to Universal Credit suggested by Policy in Practice are included in the Work and Pensions Committee’s new report. We review it here.
COVID-19 has created residents who are newly financially vulnerable and who will be looking to you for help in the near future. Listen back hear Clive Jones talk about the actions Luton Council are taking to protect their residents.