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
Coronavirus support schemes come to an end: we discuss how councils are working to prevent crisis and income shocks for low-income households
We look at how the benefit system can do more to support women and why they are one of the groups most deeply affected by the pandemic.
COVID-19 has taught us that the benefit system we want should be simple, accessible and protect the most vulnerable residents first.
We look at the close of the SDP Gateway and what this means for disabled people who may now experience a change of circumstance.
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.
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.
New analysis into how to fund Free School Meals finds that it will cost the government 60% less than parents to feed their children during school holidays.