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W R Hadwen 7m
work allowances to go up in April! Not in proposed benefit rates release but in SI 2018/65. Still below equiv tax credit threshold but welcome
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Colin Valley #PCPEU #RJCOB Jan 19
Imagine being born rich and given everything in life: the best schools, food, money, cars, travel, only to turn around and make your life’s crowning achievement the fact that you made life much much harder for those born with nothing.
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Ally 1h
As we update the information on , the reminder that over 1 million calls to the helpline were left without support shows why we need to innovate when providing support🤳
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DPAC Jan 18
Day of action on March 1st 1100-1400. We need to highlight how bad this will be for people. Support us.
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Paul Armstrong 3h
Up in Derry today to meet housing associations already impacted by and see how can further support its members through the ongoing rollout
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Advice NI Jan 19
rollout in NI this week to Strabane and Lisnagelvin ... independent welfare changes Helpline 0808 802 0020 ... could Department for Communities in NI please confirm their UC Helpline number
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DWP Jan 22
is opening up work for thousands of people across the country. Find out how it could help you
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The Warmer Streets Project 2m
I really busy day at - Hitting home the problems that so many are facing. The rollout still affecting many individuals and families...
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Work & Pensions Ctte Jan 17
We asked the experts who help start their own business what impact the minimum income requirement that kicks in after a year for people claiming has
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Josephine Tucker Jan 15
Lots of stories on this forum about how unsuitable the design of is for self-employed people, esp the minimum income floor. Many fear having to close viable businesses and becoming unemployed. Surely time for a fix.
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Disability News DNS Jan 20
DPAC calls national day of action to demand universal credit is scrapped ...
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..the must read #book 2018 35m
Address these first Says Ray on RT news talking about Tory Minister 4 lonely via
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Elsa💚 #RJCOB Jan 22
The cruelty and ignorance that underlies May's Tory rollout is shown here via stark descriptions of poverty & hardship endured by its claimants: Four people reveal their experiences
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I was a JSA claimant Jan 21
Dorset: People on controversial scheme are 'worse off than before'
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MonmouthCLP 15h
Many thanks to from Torfaen and Sue Malson from the Trac2 charity for sharing the devastating impact of Universal Credit.
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CPAGScotland Jan 19
We've updated our resources on with revised timetable for Scotland and changes from January 2018
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New Policy Institute 6m
New blog about winners and losers in London from for :
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Bì乙エ Jan 16
Vending machines for the They're being used as for the The vending machine is accessible three times per day with a special keycard, depending on their
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BroxtoweLabour Jan 16
So who was so "excited" about rollout in also thinks the unemployed should have vasectomies and that we are "drowning in a sea of unemployed wasters". Good luck building that youth vote Ben...
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Trust for London 4h
Adam Tinson from wrote a blog about on our website. "Universal Credit is intended to improve work incentives but its design created a set of winners and losers - and the picture looks different in London."
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