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Inquiry into the future of Jobcentre Plus

22 April 2016
CPAG's response to the Work and Pensions Select Committee Inquiry in the future of Jobcentre Plus focuses on the role of Jobcentres in supporting claimants into work. 

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.

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.

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.

Reforms to Universal Credit

08 July 2015
The TUC and CPAG co-author this report on how reforms to Universal Credit could reduce child poverty. The research compares 13 reforms, grouped into: raising the income tax threshold; reducing the taper rate; increasing work allowances; and increasing the child element. It finds that the tax threshold proposal cost by far the most, yet came bottom of the list for its child poverty reducing potential.

Programme for government, 2015-2020

07 April 2015
The 2015 government faces a child poverty crisis: by 2020, there are predicted to be 700,000 more children in poverty than there were in 2010. Our programme for government sets out six steps the government can take to face up to this crisis.

Childcare support under universal credit

09 June 2014
The cost of childcare is a key constraint that many low-income parents face when trying to work more. Here’s CPAG offers its analysis and recommendations to government on proposals for new childcare support under universal credit.

The Cost of a Child in 2013

14 August 2013
This report shows parents struggled more than ever to provide a decent standard of living for their families in 2013. This is the second in a series of annual reports on the cost of bringing up a child in the UK. 

Will Universal Credit Work?

28 May 2013
This report, published by the TUC and CPAG, finds that universal credit 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.