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Community / Opposition mounts to Universal Credit cut – but Tories carry on regardlessFood bank predicts loss of £20-a-week will increase demand for parcels
Community / Overwhelming opposition to Tories’ ‘cruel’ Universal Credit cut£20-a-week reduction will come as furlough ends & energy prices rise
Community / New study sheds light on rise in benefits claims during pandemic
Election / Wills calls for £20 Universal Credit uplift to continue
Coronavirus / Citizens Advice Bureau sees rise in demand for employment and benefits adviceThe number of people on Universal Credit benefits also continues to increase
Community / Universal credit claims double in less than six monthsPeople are advised to speak to Citizens Advice Bureau before making a benefit claim
Community / ‘Everyone should claim the benefits they are entitled to’, Citizens Advice Bureau says
Community / Foodbank demand on the rise againMore than 1,000 parcels with food supplies were distributed locally in 2018/19
Worries over roll-out of Universal CreditNORTHERN Isles MP Alistair Carmichael has warned that the roll out of the government’s new Universal Credit benefit will not address in-work poverty, amid growing concerns there will be far more losers than winners under the new system.
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