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Children still out in the cold

28 March 2019
The benefits freeze has left families out in the cold – but just £20 per month for families would help restore children’s benefits and keep 100,000 out of poverty.

Are you ready to meet the challenge of Universal Credit?

Universal credit is the biggest change to our social security system in over sixty years, replacing current means-tested benefits and tax credits for people of working age.

Disabled students and Universal credit

26 March 2019
The rules for disabled students claiming universal credit (UC) have emerged as being hugely problematic.

Disabled students and Universal credit - blog and training

26 March 2019

Big Book of Benefits and Mental Health, 2018/20 18th ed

£25.00
The Big Book of Benefits and Mental Health is a practical toolkit of user-friendly information, tips, tactics, samples forms and supporting letters to support anyone living with mental health issues and their families and carers. 

Work Capability Case Law Pack 3rd Print and USB combined

£82.50
This publication provides a practical guide to both new and seasoned practitioners on the law and case law on the operation of the ‘work capability assessment’ for both ESA and Universal Credit.

Work Capability Case Law Pack 3rd ed (USB)

£58.20
This publication provides a practical guide to both new and seasoned practitioners on the law and case law on the operation of the ‘work capability assessment’ for both ESA and Universal Credit.

Work Capability Case Law Pack 3rd ed (print)

£58.00
This publication provides a practical guide to both new and seasoned practitioners on the law and case law on the operation of the ‘work capability assessment’ for both ESA and Universal Credit.

Universal Credit: What You Need to Know 5th Edition

£15.00
Learn what you need to know about the UC with the brand-new edition of our bestselling, easy-to-follow guide.

Natural migration in universal credit

12 March 2019
This new briefing looks at natural migration. Natural migration is the movement of people on to universal credit from other benefits when their circumstances change in a way which would normally create eligibility for a new claim for one of the benefits being replaced by universal credit, but instead creates eligibility for universal credit.