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CPAG letter to Chancellor: use Autumn Statement to improve childcare support

03 December 2013
Our Chief Executive Alison Garnham has written to the Chancellor of the Exchequer asking him to increase investment in support for childcare costs through universal credit in his Autumn Statement. 

NAO report on Universal Credit

05 September 2013
The National Audit Office has today published a withering assessment of the early progress on Universal Credit.

New CPAG report and data on local authorities and child poverty

18 July 2013
We have published data showing the cost of child poverty in local areas around the UK, and a new report to help local authorities with their child poverty strategies.

IFS expect major surge in child poverty this decade

07 May 2013
A new report from the Institute for Fiscal Studies predicts that relative child poverty will increase by 34% and absolute child poverty will increase by 55% in the decade from 2010-2020.

Universal credit - will it work?

07 May 2013
A new report Will Universal Credit Work?, published by the TUC and CPAG, finds that this new benefit risks failing even on its own terms unless adjustments to its design are made and broader policies to tackle the causes of poverty are put in place. 

600,000 more children being pushed into absolute child poverty

19 March 2013
New research for CPAG by Landman Economics has suggested that the Coalition is set to increase absolute child poverty by 600,000 children between 2010 and 2015. This is as a result of putting children and families in the front line of their austerity agenda and cuts.

Work Programme ruling means sanctions can be appealed

20 February 2013
The Court of Appeal has declared that the regulations governing many of the Government's Back to Work schemes are unlawful.

CPAG publishes report on benefits uprating bill

07 January 2013
A new report reveals that the government’s welfare benefit uprating legislation is based on bogus claims and is a poverty-producing bill that will further exclude the poorest workers, jobseekers, carers and disabled people from the mainstream of society.

MPs issue warning on Universal Credit

22 November 2012
The Work and Pensions select committee has today published the report of its inquiry into Universal Credit.

New report on the impact of welfare reform in London

01 November 2012
This new report examines the impact of welfare reform in London, where 63,000 households with children could be left unable to pay their rent.