Welfare Weekly 7 April 2019

7 April 2019 — Welfare Weekly

Heartless council removed homeless people's tents and only belongings

Heartless council removed homeless people’s tents and only belongings

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Justin Tomlinson appointed new disabilities minister - his voting record

Justin Tomlinson appointed new disabilities minister – his voting record

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Universal Credit two-child limit will push 300,000 more children into poverty

Universal Credit two-child limit will push 300,000 more children into poverty

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NHS privatisation one step closer as Tories dish out £35million in new contracts in just six weeks

NHS privatisation one step closer as Tories dish out £35million in new contracts in just six weeks

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Children in poverty are growing up hungry and in shame, say campaigners

Children in poverty are growing up hungry and in shame, say campaigners

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Tories knew Universal Credit was causing hardship but pressed ahead regardless

Tories knew Universal Credit was causing hardship but pressed ahead regardless

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London council failed to adequately support disabled mother, says Ombudsman

London council failed to adequately support disabled mother, says Ombudsman

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Cuts are preventing councils from helping the homeless

Cuts are preventing councils from helping the homeless

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'Flippant' DWP minster forced to apologise over factually incorrect evidence given to MPs

‘Flippant’ DWP minster forced to apologise over factually incorrect evidence given to MPs

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Child Benefit 'could be abolished' and subsumed into Universal Credit'Child Benefit ‘could be abolished’ and subsumed into Universal Credit’

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'Help to Claim' service to provide free advice for new Universal Credit claimants

‘Help to Claim’ service to provide free advice for new Universal Credit claimants

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