In this popular webinar Deven Ghelani looked at how the cuts to the work allowances within Universal Credit are affecting those people in work as the rollout of Universal Credit gathers pace.

Deven shared new analysis he had prepared for Lord Kirkwood for last week’s Lords debate on the Welfare Reform and Work Bill who said “I will very briefly sketch through some analysis I have seen from Policy in Practice, a group of people whose judgment I trust. It has done some forecasting of the effects of the impact of universal credit on recipients.” 

View the webinar recording below.

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Slidedeck

View the full slide deck (no audio) here.

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Further information

Download our Welfare Reform Impact Analysis flyer to learn how we created the analysis.

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Welfare Reform Roadmap to 2020

Download our simple colour coded roadmap showing when welfare policy changes are planned, from April 2016 to April 2020.

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