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Council Tax Reducation - Evidence for the Local Government Committee

03 October 2016

CPAG response to the Scottish Government's consultation on a Child Poverty Bill for Scotland

03 October 2016

End Child Poverty Campaign in Scotland - A Child Poverty (Scotland) Bill

14 July 2016

Children and Young People (Scotland) Act - Part 3 Guidance

14 July 2016

Briefing for MSPs - Dignity, Fairness, Rescpect and Disability Benefits

08 June 2016

Briefing on universal credit work allowance cuts

09 May 2016
This briefing describes how the cuts to universal credit work allowances reduce the gains from work, making it harder – not easier – for working parents to derive more of their income from earnings, in much the same way as the now abandoned tax credit cuts would have.

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. 

Life chances indicators - CPAG submission

18 April 2016
The government intends to replace the current statutory child poverty measures with new measures of ‘life chances’. Four statutory measures have been put forward: children in workless households, children in long-term workless households, and educational attainment at Key Stage 4 (GCSE) for all children and for disadvantaged children.

Response to the Social Security Advisory Committee consultation on decision making and mandatory reconsideration

16 March 2016
In our response, we highlight the lack of official statistics on the outcomes of mandatory reconsideration requests by claimants and present evidence of problems with the way the system is operated taken from CPAG in Scotland’s Early Warning System and our work in London food banks.

Submission on foundation years and life chances

02 March 2016
In this submission on foundation years and the government's life chances strategy, we identify key characteristics of an early years service which would deliver on improving the life chances of disadvantaged children, and consider where current provision succeeds and where new approaches may be needed.