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CPAG responds to the Autumn Statement

05 December 2013
We have criticised the Chancellor's Autumn Statement for rationing support for children, working families and disabled people through a national cap on social security.

Autumn Statement, free school meals and Barnett consequentials

04 December 2013
Read CPAG in Scotland's comment and media briefing on the Autumn Statement, free school meals and Barnett consequentials here.

CPAG in Scotland's response to the Scottish Government's white paper on independence

04 December 2013
Read our response to the Scottish Government's white paper on independence here.

Christmas Challenge raises a fantastic £5,488

04 December 2013
Thank you to our generous supporters for all the donations received during the recent Big Give Christmas Challenge.

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. 

MPs debate the bedroom tax

12 November 2013
Paul Ruthertord, CPAG's claimant in our bedroom tax test case, lobbied MPs ahead of the debate in the Commons today. Read his open letter and more about our test case.

Social Mobility and Child Poverty Commission publishes first annual progress report

17 October 2013
The Social Mobility and Child Poverty Commission has released its first annual report on the government's progress reducing child poverty and increasing social mobility. The report says the Coalition's child poverty strategy is failing.

People Like Us

15 October 2013
Today we are launching our 'People like us' campaign in Scotland at a Roundtable Seminar as part of Challenge Poverty Week. Watch and share our film 'It Could Be You' Sign our petition

PM's conference speech: CPAG statement - Poverty is the enemy of opportunity

02 October 2013
CPAG's statement on the Prime Minister's speech today.