Fix Universal Credit
End Hunger Week (14-21 October) during which we (Joint Public Issues) are continuing our call to fix Universal Credit.
We are seeing Universal Credit in the media a lot this week, with changes made in Government and events such as the End Hunger Conference.
If you need to get up to date with the issues, why not read more here.
If you're ready to act, sign the petition to End Hunger.
Will you join us in the call to stop and fix Universal Credit?
Universal Credit: understanding the new landscape.
Two hour interactive practical training sessions on Universal Credit run by Capital Mass.
Five events across London in Sep, Oct and Nov. Details Here
Universal Credit: the bad, the worse and the ugly
Universal Credit has been failing badly.
Over the past few weeks, press and politicians have begun to notice that the next stages of Universal Credit (UC) could bring real disaster — and that something needs to be done and quickly.
By the end of the year the first stage of the roll out of Universal Credit will have reached every part of the UK.
The things you need to know about Universal Credit
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