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.
Kent county and district councils collaborate to tackle poverty using their data. Early results indicate campaigns could boost income by £6m.
Discretionary support is welcome but adds more complexity to the welfare system. Councils have a job to do to tackle financial insecurity.
Joined by Monica Kaur (MaPS), our webinar brought findings from our groundbreaking project with Trust for London on Autumn’s income shocks.
Following the Autumn Budget 2021 announcements, our policy experts analyse what this means for welfare in the UK.
Deven Ghelani outlines the policy alternatives to the £20 cut to Universal Credit that he explored on BBC Radio 4’s The Briefing Room.
Analysis on the new Health and Social Care Levy by Policy in Practice finds that carers are set to pay £121 for doing their job
The planned cut to Universal Credit will contribute to an Autumn of income shocks for many families. We urge the Prime Minister to retain it.
Read findings about Covid-19 and council tax reduction in Wales from our new research for the Welsh government.
New data-led analysis shows how Covid support measures played a vital role in helping low-income Londoners avoid poverty.