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Low-income families with children and the very rich have been the hardest hit by the Coalition's tax and benefit changes, according to the Institute for Fiscal Studies. An IFS Election Briefing Note published today found that middle to higher-income working age households had been left, on average, "remarkably unscathed"...
IFS press release *Low-income households with children and the very rich have lost the most from coalition’s tax and benefit changes* The coalition government ...
Treasury press release Spokesperson quote on the IFS Briefing Note on the effect of the coalition's tax and benefit changes on household incomes and work incentiv...
Labour press release Cathy Jamieson MP, Labour’s Shadow Treasury Minister, responding to the IFS’s report on the government’s tax and benefit changes, said: “This...
Natalie Bennett said a universal citizen’s income, which would guarantee every person a certain wage, would remove the “insecurity and fear” in society. “In terms...
Bishop John Sentamu called on politicians to address the “giant” of income inequality. “It seems to me what we need to do is not to simply beef up welfare payment...
18/01/2015 on Andrew Marr Show, BBC One
15/01/2015 on The World at One, BBC Radio 4
15/01/2015 on The World At One, BBC Radio 4
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