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19 September, 2019

Welfare rights

DWP can and should do more to fix universal credit design issues to support households cope with financial impacts of moving to new benefit
Food bank demand increases by almost 50 per cent in areas universal credit has been rolled out for at least two years
DWP response to Work and Pensions Committee addresses concerns about amended special rules terminal illness guidance
Scottish Government sets out eligibility rules for Job Start Payment



Almost half of working renters are only one pay cheque away from losing their home


Community care

State should build and operate new residential care homes, says IPPR
Social care providers found at fault in two thirds of social care complaints to Ombudsman


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