Rishi Sunak Confirms Universal Credit Will Be Cut By £20 A Week In October

Rishi Sunak confirmed that Universal Credit will be cut for people across the country in October. During an interview, the Tory Chancellor was questioned about the UK Government’s plans going forward to support more disadvantaged families. He said the £20 a week uplift in the benefit would not be continued beyond the end of SeptemberContinue reading “Rishi Sunak Confirms Universal Credit Will Be Cut By £20 A Week In October”

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BENEFITS BOOST

Rishi Sunak is considering giving six million people a one-off £500 benefit payment as part of plans to fight off a rebellion over Universal Credit. The lump-sum would be an alternative to continuing increased payments for Universal Credit claimants, which have provisionally been raised by £20 a week. The enhanced payments were introduced for 12Continue reading “BENEFITS BOOST”

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New Universal Credit Mobile Phone Deal

Households on some of the lowest incomes can now apply for a £10 a month mobile phone tariff and it includes unlimited everything. Voxi, which has launched the new deal, said people on certain means-tested benefits, such as Jobseekers Allowance can sign up for the price plan. The ‘For Now’ tariff, which uses Vodafone’s network,Continue reading “New Universal Credit Mobile Phone Deal”

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Iain Duncan Smith Picking Out Severely Ill Claimants In Benefits Overhaul

The destiny of almost 550,000 benefit claimants currently considered unfit for work due to severe sicknesses such as cancer is in the balance as it surfaced that Iain Duncan Smith is preparing a fundamental alteration to the welfare system.  The work and pensions secretary is pushing to abandon a part of the benefit system thatContinue reading “Iain Duncan Smith Picking Out Severely Ill Claimants In Benefits Overhaul”

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The Cover Up Man!

The rolling out of Universal Credit has been an absolute catastrophe and; very poorly controlled, overambitious and poor value for money. The assault sheet is appalling because there were no acceptable measures of development, computer systems lack the capacity to recognise potentially dishonest claims and, a £34 million venture in IT organisation had to be writtenContinue reading “The Cover Up Man!”

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Should mothers work or stay at home?

The chancellor has really gotten his knickers in a twist over this one, but while he might have been completely ready to hand his children over, when they were younger to an absolute stranger, a number of parents are not and, will not and, it wouldn’t matter how much money you gave them. I meanContinue reading “Should mothers work or stay at home?”

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One Size Fits All

You can’t by any means cut down someone’s benefits in a “One size fits all” scheme because not everyone is the same.  If I purchased a dress that said “One size fits all”, normally it would not fit me because my body dimensions are not suitable for “One size fits” all, particularly in European measurements,Continue reading “One Size Fits All”

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Universal Credit

If it’s not broken, then don’t fix it, so why do the government always feel the need to fix things and, change what is not broken.  It is almost like they have this hole in their pockets and, they have this continual need to spend what they don’t really have and, then take it backContinue reading “Universal Credit”

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