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Anti-poverty campaigners criticise as inadequate government scheme aimed at meeting daily needs
Sunak under pressure over higher food prices, sharp increases in energy bills and inflation heading for 4%
Analysis shows homelessness and poverty will rise when universal credit boost finishes
Ministers plan to increase number of people on visas that deny access to public funds
Chancellor criticised for not going further to avoid ‘perfect storm’ for families later in year
Backbenchers from constituencies mostly in northern England want £20 weekly uplift to continue
Labour triggers Commons protest debate and vote over measure set to end in March
Government U-turn on funding crucial in tackling food poverty but still only ‘sticking plaster’, warn campaigners
Cross-party report warns on hardship caused by 5-week wait for initial benefits payments
If you’re made redundant in your fifties, should you dip into your retirement funds?
Workers with savings could soon find out they’re not entitled to many benefits
Sunak says Treasury working on how to wind down programme but there will be no ‘cliff edge’
Fears that 1.3m holders of ‘pre-settled status’ could be refused universal credit amid virus lay-offs
Civil servant in charge of welfare reform programme says events are ‘truly seismic’
Readers say they fall between the cracks of government support schemes
How to navigate government help schemes, the benefits system, redundancy pay and help from banks
Claims for universal credit benefit surge to 950,000 since lockdown began
Chancellor urged to consider ‘debt freeze’ to help low-income households after pandemic
Benefit applications 10 times normal UK level as people lose jobs under coronavirus lockdown
Latest hold-up to add extra £500m to cost of moving claimants
NHS, education and social care to get more funding and universal credit axed
Jeremy Corbyn condemns rollout of Tories’ welfare programme as ‘unmitigated disaster’
Study says officials knew majority of claimants faced financial hardship
Minister says slow payments may have been issue in forcing claimants to charities
Working mothers win case against contentious welfare scheme