To monitor Universal Credit as it is rolled out; to share best practice in supporting constituents; and to make recommendations to government to improve policy.
1. Universal Credit: further information for families
09/10/2020 - Department for Work and Pensions
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Universal Credit: further information for families
2. Universal Credit statistics: 29 April 2013 to 9 July 2020
11/08/2020 - Department for Work and Pensions
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Universal Credit statistics: 29 April 2013 to 9 July 2020
Universal Credit: 29 April 2013 to 14 May 2020
Universal Credit for the self-employed
Found: Introduction to
1. Universal Credit: Delayed Roll-Out
04/02/2020 - Commons Chamber
1: for universal credit and were extending its completion date to 2024. Our planning for universal credit - Speech Link
2: rest of us—what an absolute shambles.Universal credit was supposed to have been fully rolled out - Speech Link
2. Universal Credit
04/02/2020 - Lords Chamber
1: Question in another place on the extension to the universal credit implementation date. The Statement is as follows:“Mr - Speech Link
2: thank the Minister for repeating that Answer. Universal credit should have been rolled out by April 2017 - Speech Link
3. Universal Credit: Court of Appeal Judgment
25/06/2020 - Commons Chamber
1: will not suffer a financial loss, as their universal credit award will increase in the following month - Speech Link
2: granting this urgent question.If a universal credit claimant is in work and is paid monthly, but - Speech Link
3: position as the Commons Minister responsible for universal credit in the past, I do not underestimate how complicated - Speech Link
1: Disability Premium in legacy benefits moving on to Universal Credit without ensuring that all will be fully compensated - Speech Link
2: households get SDP. But when the Government created universal credit to replace legacy benefits, they chose not - Speech Link
5. Universal Credit and Working Tax Credit
18/01/2021 - Commons Chamber
1: should stop the planned cut in Universal Credit and Working Tax Credit in April and give certainty today - Speech Link
2: should stop the planned cut in Universal Credit and Working Tax Credit in April and give certainty today - Speech Link
3: Foundation said in 2019, the 1.7% increase to universal credit that year was the first working-age benefit - Speech Link
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