UK: Welfare Weekly 11 January 2020

11 January 2020 — Welfare Weekly

Up to 2,000 terminally ill people have died awaiting DWP benefit decisionsUp to 2,000 terminally ill people have died awaiting DWP benefit decisions

Read more

 

 

Citizens Advice demands 'fundamental overhaul' of Universal Credit systemCitizens Advice demands ‘fundamental overhaul’ of Universal Credit system

Read more

 

Unsecured debt hits new peak of £14,540 per household, says TUCUnsecured debt hits new peak of £14,540 per household, says TUC

Read more

 

 

SNP: Tories must "wake up" to the growing food bank crisisSNP: Tories must “wake up” to the growing food bank crisis

Read more

Ombudsman warns of the 'human cost' of housing benefit errorsOmbudsman warns of the ‘human cost’ of housing benefit errors

Read more

 

 

Tory leadership hopeful defends comment that people on benefits "cannot have as many children as they like"Tory leadership hopeful defends comment that people on benefits “cannot have as many children as they like”

Read more

 

Plaid leader Adam Price.A £35 per week ‘Welsh Child Payment’ could ‘lift 50,000 children out of poverty’, says Plaid leader

Read more

 

 

Housing benefit shortfall forcing families to sacrifice food shopping to pay rentHousing benefit shortfall forcing families to sacrifice food shopping to pay rent

Read more

 

Young family with disabled child left homeless after benefits blunderYoung family with disabled child left homeless after benefits blunder

Read more

 

 

Pregnant homeless woman left to sleep on hard floorPregnant homeless woman left to sleep on hard floor

Read more

Family of Jodey Whiting seek fresh inquest into her death to examine role played by DWPFamily of Jodey Whiting seek fresh inquest into her death to examine role played by DWP

Read more

 

 

This Labour leadership candidate may have fuelled the 'hostile environment' faced by benefit claimantsThis Labour leadership candidate may have fuelled the ‘hostile environment’ faced by benefit claimants

Read more

 

Tories trying to keep Universal Credit claimants in the darkTories trying to keep Universal Credit claimants in the dark

Read more

 

 

 

Government announce £165 million new funding for 'Troubled Families' schemeGovernment announce £165 million new funding for ‘Troubled Families’ scheme

Read more

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.