CPAG has responded to the government's consultation on setting an earnings threshold for eligibility to free school meals in universal credit. We believe that all children in families eligible for universal credit should continue to receive free school meals.
We're looking to recruit a Head of Advice & Rights to play a key role in helping low income families to maximise their incomes and to inform and support CPAG’s high profile policy and campaigns activities. More details here.
The promise of greater rewards from work made to working families has been broken as a result of cuts to Universal Credit and tax credits, with losses reaching thousands of pounds in many cases, new analysis by Child Poverty Action Group (CPAG) and the Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR) shows.
The handbook is the complete and definitive guide to the social security entitlement conditions that are specific to those who have come to or are leaving the UK. For more information and to order your copy, click here