Over a million more people will be in poverty this April says new analysis from Policy in Practice ahead of the Spring Statement 2022.
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.
Discretionary support is welcome but adds more complexity to the welfare system. Councils have a job to do to tackle financial insecurity.
Following the Autumn Budget 2021 announcements, our policy experts analyse what this means for welfare in the UK.
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
Budget 2021: Our policy analysts Sam Tims, Alex Clegg and Zoe Charlesworth look at the announcements and what they mean for welfare.
Read our 3 reasons why the £20 uplift to Universal Credit should be retained, and the related analysis we presented to the APPG on Poverty.
Administering the Covid Winter Grant Scheme has put councils under pressure. LIFT’s new poverty indicators can help identify eligible families.
We look at what the Spending Review 2020 means for low income families, and the organisations that support them.