Following the Autumn Budget 2021 announcements, our policy experts analyse what this means for welfare in the UK.
Coronavirus support schemes come to an end: we discuss how councils are working to prevent crisis and income shocks for low-income households
Budget 2021: Our policy analysts Sam Tims, Alex Clegg and Zoe Charlesworth look at the announcements and what they mean for welfare.
We held our latest LIFT platform Steering Group where we welcomed many of our clients to our first online steering group.
Read a review of our evidence to the Scottish Social Security Committee on the role of Scottish Social Security in Covid-19 recovery.
Latest data shows that young people’s access to work has been badly hit by Covid-19. We look at what the numbers show, and what can be done.
Deven Ghelani was interviewed on LBC about the Winter Economy Plan following the Chancellor’s announcement. Listen back and view his tweet thread.
Self-employed people may be affected by complex surplus earnings rules which will affect the amount of Universal Credit they receive. In this blog post we look at the best advice frontline advisors can give.
New research shows that low sick pay may undermine Test and Trace as people on low incomes could lose £100’s of pounds if they are asked to self isolate.
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.