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“Money for vital social fund lifeline woefully inadequate,” say anti-poverty campaigners

17 September 2012
John Dickie, Head of CPAG in Scotland called on the Scottish Government to use its budget to compensate for UK-wide cuts to crisis welfare payments in response to reports on Sunday 16th September that a woefully inadequate amount of money is set to be transferred to the Scottish Government by the UK DWP to replace a vital lifeline for some of Scotland's worst off families.

“Money for vital social fund lifeline woefully inadequate,” say anti-poverty campaigners

17 September 2012
Scottish Ministers urged to invest in replacement scheme to mitigate impact of cuts.

Further comments on the Scottish Community Support Fund proposals

29 June 2012

Briefing from CPAG in Scotland and Poverty Alliance Stage 3 Debate: Welfare Reform (Further Provision) (Scotland) Bill

29 June 2012

Further comments on the Scottish Community Support Fund proposals

29 June 2012

Parliamentary Briefing from CPAG in Scotland and Poverty Alliance Stage 3 Debate: Welfare Reform (Further Provision) (Scotland) Bill

29 June 2012

Briefing for First Stage Debate on Welfare Reform (Further Provision) (Scotland) Bill

19 June 2012

“Unprecedented child poverty progress under massive threat from Coalition policies”

14 June 2012

“Unprecedented child poverty progress under massive threat from Coalition policies” say campaigners

14 June 2012

Child poverty 2010/11 official poverty figures media briefing

14 June 2012