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Submission to Liberal Democrat review of social security

08 February 2016
CPAG submitted a response to the Liberal Democrat parliamentary review of social security, following our oral evidence.

CPAG's response the All Party Parliamentary Group inquiry on child poverty and health

02 February 2016
CPAG submitted written evidence to the APPG on Health inquiry into child poverty, health and well-being. Our submission notes the evidence for a relationship between poverty and poorer outcomes for child physical and mental health. 

Work and Pensions Committee inquiry: in-work progression in Universal Credit

19 January 2016
CPAG's response to the Work and Pensions Select Committee inquiry into in-work progression in Universal Credit.

Briefing for MPs: Benefit Sanctions Regime (Entitlement to Automatic Hardship Payments) Bill

18 January 2016
Read our briefing for MPs in advance of the Second Reading of the Benefit Sanctions Regime (Entitlement to Automatic Hardship Payments) Bill 2015-16. 

Evidence to the All-Party Parliamentary Group on hunger

10 December 2015
Evidence from the Feeding Britain Working Group on Benefit Administration to the All-Party Parliamentary Group on hunger.

CPAG's response to call for evidence by JCHR on the Welfare Reform and Work Bill 2015

23 November 2015
CPAG has responded to a call for evidence by the Joint Committee on Human Rights on the Welfare Reform and Work Bill 2015

Lords' briefing on tax credit statutory instrument

26 October 2015
This briefing explains the impact of the government's plans to cut tax credits on working families and child poverty. CPAG is opposed to cuts to tax credits because they will damage work incentives and increase child poverty.

CPAG's response to Work and Pensions Committee inquiry into benefit delivery

02 October 2015
CPAG has responded to the Work and Pensions Committee inquiry into benefit delivery.

Cost of a child 2015

11 August 2015
Our annual research on the cost of raising a child finds families working on the minimum wage are on the brink of a new crisis in family finances that wil leave many struggling. While the cost of raising a child from birth to 18 remains high at £149,805, state support to help cover these costs is set to deteriorate sharply.