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Child poverty strategies

Latest enews

11 August 2015

While the government officially abolishes child poverty, things are getting worse

03 July 2015
If the Government goes ahead with its plans to redefine child poverty then it will be turning its backs on poor children and on the past. No redefinition can hide the reality that the Government’s child poverty strategy is failing. 

CPAG in Scotland briefing in advance of the second reading of the Scotland Bill 2015

30 June 2015

Child poverty campaigners respond to Expert Working Group on Welfare

29 June 2015

"No room for complacency" say child poverty campaigners as over 1 in 5 children in Scotland still living in poverty

29 June 2015

We can do so much better on child poverty

25 June 2015
‘A strong society means moving forward together, no one left behind, fighting relative poverty a central policy goal.’ Well, Child Poverty Action Group would say that, wouldn’t they? In fact, these are the words of David Cameron, less than a decade ago...

David Cameron's attempts to move the goalposts on poverty are a disaster - but don't take my word for it

24 June 2015
The failure of the Government’s child poverty approach must not be compounded by moving the goalposts.You can't define away poverty - and David Cameron himself has admitted that.

CPAG in Scotland welcomes appointment of new Scottish Government adviser on poverty

23 June 2015

CPAG statement

22 June 2015
Read our reaction to the Prime Minister's speech on opportunity.

What we didn’t talk about in the election

22 June 2015
We really are living in the age of the permanent campaign. The general election was just weeks ago, but the main parties and political commentators have moved on and are looking at events through the lens of the 2020 election. Before that happens, it’s worth noting something pretty peculiar about the 2015 campaign.