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A single person on universal credit now receives 20% less than what it costs just to eat and keep warm4 min read
The UK benefits system does not systematically cater for the basic household needs of healthy eating and domestic energy.
UK’s new back-to-work plan will make life even harder for disabled people. Progressive welfare reform would tackle disablist policies, banning sanctions and raising benefits to reflect the true costs of living.
The cost of living crisis can’t wait for the next election: Three key issues the UK government needs to tackle now5 min read
Governmental support is failing the country’s most vulnerable households. Politicians need to act now.
You may feel little sympathy for people in the top bracket of earnings, but don’t let that stop you from reading. Like it or not, their views and actions matter to everyone.
Public spending cuts and the soaring cost of living will not only affect people’s lives now but could trickle down through generations.
Tax cuts are unlikely to help Britain address its current crises. Extra spending has to be financed. To do this, Britain needs higher taxes, not tax cuts.