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Deputy Director of Policy & Partnerships, Joseph Rowntree Foundation Retweets not endorsements.
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Calum Masters 10h
New analysis out this week shows economic concerns are at the fore of minds when deciding how to cast their votes. and must listen to and honour ’s commitment to on benefits.
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Helen Barnard 12h
Fantastic thread from explaining why low income voters aren't feeling the recovery and hold the key to the next election.
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Helen Barnard 12h
Replying to @FelicityHannah
Such a shame all the shops have sold out of those type of batteries. As soon as they’re back in stock we’ll get some. In the meantime let’s put these safely in this big cupboard. At the back. Biscuit?
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Claire Ainsley 12h
Excellent thread by our on why higher employment isn’t stopping the rising tide of in-work poverty for
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Andrew Bounds 15h
Thanks to and for allowing me to listen to concerns of people on low incomes in poorer places. Policymakers must listen too. Most issues raised are controlled in Westminster, not Brussels via
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Joseph Rowntree Fdn. 16h
All about towns: new report from and on harnessing hope in Britain’s communities, featuring articles from and more.
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Jubilee+ 18h
Tune into now to hear our talking about holiday food poverty.
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Helen Barnard 18h
Replying to @janecolechin
That’s so depressing!
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Joseph Rowntree Fdn. 19h
WATCH > With more families being swept into poverty, are set to have a big say on who wins the next General Election. The party which takes action to loosen the grip of poverty may find the keys to Number 10 in their hands:
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Universal Credit APPG 19h
Having had 16 successful and well attended meetings in Parliament. Tomorrow we are launching our report of priority recommendations to improve Universal Credit in Parliament. Please encourage your MP to drop in and pick up a copy of the report.
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Claire Ainsley 23h
Preview of the next in the series on what want w/ by - good work that pays, learning and training, support for local businesses, places they can be proud of
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Helen Barnard 21h
How to turn back the rising tide of in-work poverty. If you missed ⁦ catch up with my blog here & check out all the other great articles from the rest of the conference.
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Tony Wilson 21h
The other big story today is the huge growth in self-employment this quarter. Up by 122k, to a new record of 4.96 million. Employee numbers are down by 85k, to 27.63m. Self-employment is now 15.1% of all employment - the highest ratio on record.
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Helen Barnard 22h
Thanks Steve!
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Frank Soodeen 23h
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Katie Schmuecker Jul 15
What the UK’s ‘left-behind’ areas want after Brexit: investment, good jobs so young people stay, retraining for adults & thriving high streets ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ on how people want their local economy to change as we leave the EU
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Sun Politics Jul 15
Jeremy Hunt vows to scrap hated five week wait for Universal Credit in win for Sun campaign
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Helen Barnard Jul 15
I feel I've let Twitter down.
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Jubilee+ Jul 15
THREAD: We’re currently at the Parliamentary launch of the report by . Really distressing to hear about the impact of the two-child limit after two years...
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Tom Say Jul 15
Replying to @yaSmoT
Here's the clip from the . Clear that Rudd has convinced Hunt that he needs to end the 5 week wait, possible that Boris has decided he now agrees. Either way we'll need to.keep.the pressure up until one of them delivers.
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