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Up to 200,000 families hit by cuts in welfare reforms are £18 a week worse off, a charity has said. According to a joint report by Oxfam and the New Policy Institute, nearly 1.75m of the poorest families in the UK have had their incomes cut in absolute terms as a result of the changes to the benefits system in the last t...
SNP press release Commenting on Gordon Brown’s speech today on pensions, Scottish National Party Work and Pensions spokesperson Dr Eilidh Whiteford MP said: “Th...
The Trussell Trust has hit back at claims by an anonymous source that the food bank charity engages in "fairly misleading and emotionally manipulative publicity...
Steve Webb defended plans to offer people advice on how long they might live for when they reach retirement, saying the scheme would help pensioners "plan ...
David Gauke said the rise in the number of people using food banks was because they were now better publicised and said people should not be prevented from knowing a...
Unite press release Explosion in food bank use mars jobless figures fall, says Unite Claims that economic recovery is on course with today's fall in the jobles...
17/04/2014 on BBC News
16/04/2014 on Channel 4 News
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