2 June 2019 — Welfare Weekly
More than 1 in 4 Universal Credit claimants hit by deductions for tax credit errors
570,000 Universal Credit claimants are repaying tax credit overpayments through Universal Credit.
27 May 2019 — True Publica
Whilst the news headlines are dominated with the continued implosion of the Conservative Party who now aim to have a third leader in as many years whilst Britain circles the plughole, the reality of the crisis of daily life for half the population continues to worsen.
20 May 2019 — True Publica
By TruePublica Editor: There is an extraordinary story published in The Guardian that, in my opinion, was not prominently positioned – with its opening explainer stating: “A leaked memo shows that the Department for Work and Pensions is about to embark on a PR campaign to defend its worst ever policy.”
20 November 2017 — 38 Degrees
This is terrible: thousands of people could be left penniless this Christmas, all because of an admin error with the benefit system called Universal Credit. It could mean families up and down the country going without the money they need to pay their rent or buy food – let alone celebrate Christmas. 
24 October 2017 — 38 Degrees
Breaking: the government’s been forced to hold an emergency debate on Universal Credit in a few hours time.
Rumours are swirling that the government’s on the edge of fixing the problems with the system.  They’re more likely to act if the public get involved.