We analyse employment support to help people with disabilities and health conditions into work that is a key feature of Autumn Statement 2023
We explore the uprating of benefits and the state pension in our second analysis of the Autumn Statement 2023
We analyse the new policy announcements in the Autumn Statement 2023 to see what it means for families on the lowest incomes
Water bills will soar by 40% this winter yet £900 million of social tariffs is unclaimed a year. Read how data analysis is helping
The links between child welfare and financial precarcity will be explored with University of Kingston in this new two year study using data
Our latest campaign saw millions of pounds of Pension Credit claimed by thousands of Londoners who didn’t know they were eligible.
Tenants from Northern Ireland Housing Executive and Community Housing received free benefit checks to boost incomes by over £5 million
Support for Mortgage Interest is a benefit for low income homeowners. With very low take up rates and rising interest rates how helpful is it?
Universal Credit can create income volatility for families on the lowest incomes. We’re analysing data to see how this affects households.
UK benefit levels are 7.5% lower than a decade ago. Read Deven Ghelani’s evidence to the Work and Pensions Committee on their adequacy
New analysis from Policy in Practice finds that 21 million families are missing out on £19 billion of unclaimed benefits
Putting the ‘Universal’ in Universal Credit finds that broken housing and childcare markets mean more families can access Universal Credit