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Universal credit - effective claims

23 October 2019
Do you work in housing, are a support worker or other frontline professional supporting low-income people?

Universal credit training opportunities coming up soon

09 October 2019
We have a range of course and event options to help you support your clients and tenants

Back to school - back to work

27 August 2019
A new blog by the Early Warning System explains why claiming childcare costs in universal credit may not always be straightforward

Universal credit migration - the latest

14 August 2019
Our first seminar now available to book

Universal credit training

11 June 2019
We have 4 courses coming up with places available to book;

Universal credit claimants left in the dark about their entitlements

01 May 2019
Universal credit (UC) claimants are routinely in the dark about how much they should receive, how their awards are calculated and if and how they can challenge DWP decisions, because the Department’s communications with claimants are opaque and inadequate.

High Court finds DWP unlawful on universal credit assessments

11 January 2019
In a test case victory for a group of working lone mothers, the High Court found today that the way the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) has been assessing income from employment through its Universal Credit (UC) work assessment periods is unlawful.

Cost of a Child in 2018 released

20 August 2018
CPAG's latest Cost of a Child report shows what it costs to raise a child to age 18, based on what the public thinks is a minimum standard of living. The overall cost of a child (including rent and childcare) is £150,753 for a couple and £183,335 for a lone parent.