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Proposed amendments to the Tribunal Procedure (First-tier Tribunal) (Social Entitlement Chamber) Rules 2008 - CPAG's response

12 June 2012
The Tribunal Procedure Committee is proposing to amend the first-tier tribunal rules to complement the proposed introduction of mandatory revisions before appeal.

Mandatory consideration of revision before appeal - CPAG's response to the DWP's public consultation

30 April 2012
Clause 100 of the Welfare Reform Bill as introduced enables regulations to be made to require claimants who disagree with a decision to request consideration of revision before they may appeal against a decision.

Commentary on the Comptroller and Auditor General’s Report Means Testing Benefits

27 March 2012
Commentary on the Comptroller and Auditor General’s Report on Means Testing Benefits.

Emergency Budget: CPAG's letter to the Chancellor

03 February 2012
CPAG has written to the Chancellor of the Exchequer, Rt Hon George Osborne, in the run-up to the Emergency Budget on 22 June 2010.

Social Fund reform: debt, credit and low-income households: CPAG's response to the consultation

03 February 2012
This is CPAG's response to the consultation initiated by the Labour government on reform of the social fund.

The Spending Review 2010: Ending child poverty and securing a stable economy

03 February 2012
This is CPAG’s submission to the Treasury in the run-up to the Spending Review 2010.

White Paper on Universal Credit: submission to Work and Pensions Committee

03 February 2012
The White Paper Universal Credit: welfare that works set out the Coalition Government’s plans to reform the welfare system by creating a new universal credit.

'Tackling Child Poverty and Improving Life Chances' - CPAG's response to the consultation

03 February 2012
This response sets out our detailed analysis of the Government's child poverty strategy proposals, with our recommendations for improvement.

'Strengthening families, promoting parental responsibility: the future of child maintenance' - CPAG's response

03 February 2012
The Government proposes that separating parents should make their own child support arrangements rather than use the statutory scheme, for which it will impose charges that will deter low-income parents from using it.