A data-led campaign to boost take-up of unclaimed Pension Credit identifies 8,500 Londoners for £3,700 of additional income each year
Paul Howarth looks at new research about the collection of council tax in London commissioned by the Greater London Authority and published by Policy in Practice today.
Read seven new findings about the most financially vulnerable residents in London as revealed by our latest modelling of data from 20 London Boroughs.
Benefit capped households are set to double as a result of the interaction of the COVID-19 measures and the Benefit Cap. We examine why, for the GLA.
Deven Ghelani visited Glasgow’s Universal Credit service centre with Lord Kirkwood to understand the experiences of frontline practitioners who are delivering Universal Credit Full service.
Guest blogger Jamie Sinclair shares findings from the Deep End Advice Worker project about engaging people on low incomes.
In a jointly commissioned study on behalf of the four housing provides, Paul Howarth, Zoe Charlesworth and Deven Ghelani look at how support workers can help reduce the complexity and impact of Universal Credit on their residents.
Policy in Practice, in partnership with the Learning and Work Institute (LWI) and the Local Government Association (LGA), undertook a detailed analysis of the cumulative impact of welfare reform across the whole of Great Britain.