Building Resilient Households plans Universal Credit response

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Building Resilient Households plans Universal Credit response

Lobbying group wants means-testing exemption for financial protection claims added to Resolution Foundation recommendations on Universal Credit migration

A government think tank report from Resolution Foundation, entitled ‘Managing the transitions of existing claimants to Universal Credit', has made a series of recommendations which Building Resilient Households Group intends to respond to, Johnny Timpson has revealed to COVER. The report makes seven suggestions regarding the migration of claimants over to Universal Credit (UC), its execution and the processes being put in place. ‘Sharp budget cuts and significant processing issues have acted...

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