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A budget that damages the economic security of working families

08 July 2015
Read our full response to the Government's summer budget.

Taking aim at working parents

21 April 2015
How Universal Credit conditionality could put the squeeze on low-income parents' choices.

CPAG responds to local welfare decision

03 February 2015
We welcome the partial restoration of central government funding for Local Welfare Assistance schemes (LWAs)

Urgent: last chance to save local welfare provision

12 January 2015
Campaign with us to keep our safety net. We have been campaigning to save local welfare provision, the last back-stop for vulnerable people, for over a year.

CPAG criticises LWA decision

18 December 2014
CPAG has criticised the Government’s decision to maintain the cut in funding for local welfare assistance schemes (LWAs). 

Autumn Statement 2014

03 December 2014
The only giveaway for children in today's Autumn Statement was for families who can afford to fly abroad on holiday.

Council's tax policy ruled unlawful for penalising the poor

30 July 2014
CPAG has won a legal test case for three vulnerable women who were charged a higher rate of council tax because they only recently moved into the area.

Families on the brink: welfare reform in London

11 June 2014
CPAG today release research on the impact of welfare reform in London, showing families struggling and unsure how they will afford to stay living in their area.

Budget 2014: CPAG reaction

19 March 2014
Child Poverty Action Group responded positively to announcements of increased investment in childcare cost support through Universal Credit. But we believe that overall the Budget has done too little to help families and will lock-in austerity cuts for the long-term.