A new report from the Institute for Fiscal Studies shows that the Coalition Government’s Emergency Budget hit families with children hardest.
Graham Tegg examines unresolved questions relating to residence rights following Ibrahim and Teixiera.
CPAG intervened in the Lassal case to represent the interests of claimants.Sarah Clarke explains what the case is about.
David Simmons examines the Government’s consultation paper on reforming the current system of benefits and tax credits.
CPAG examines what claimants should do if they believe they have not been paid all the arrears they are due following a successful employment and support allowance (ESA) appeal.
David Simmons explains changes to the formula for calculating the standard interest rate used to determine help with housing costs.
The physical health of children today is arguably the best it has been since the Second World War, with their environments and nutrition substantially improved.
Ever since New Labour first set the welfare reform bandwagon in motion in 2006, the mantra of work has been used by all sides of the political spectrum as ‘proof’ that the benefits system is in need of large-scale reform.