07 October 2013
The Work and Pensions Committee is currently undertaking an inquiry into provision of support to meet housing costs in the reformed welfare system.
17 September 2013
The number of mums who work in London is significantly below the national average and is a strong explanatory factor for the high rates of child poverty in the capital.
14 August 2013
CPAG sets out our views on how to tackle low pay and encourage take up of the London Living Wage in a submission to the Greater London Authority's economy committee.
31 July 2013
According to the government, the benefit cap will ensure that families claiming out of work benefits receive no more in support that the average working household
17 July 2013
This report outlines the impact of welfare reforms on local authorities – including the costs to local areas of child poverty - and explores how they and their partner organisations manage the impact of these reforms.
21 June 2013
London has the highest child poverty rates in the country, and the lowest rates of mothers employment.