From the 29th of July 2022, regulation of “Funeral Plans”, pre-payed funerals, will become the responsibility of the Financial Conduct Authority and as such they had launched a consultation to garner responses to their current proposal.
First started in 2010, the Family Resource Survey is an annual report that collects information on the living standards of families who reside in privately owned households.
The House of Commons Library has published a research briefing that details housing options for both active and ex-military personnel, although the document excludes details regarding service accommodation that is provided by the Ministry of Defence
The House of Common’s Library has released a new research briefing, this one being focused on the issue of loneliness which is estimated to affect 47% of all English adults.
The second dataset of its kind released by ONS, the first being from 2019, covers a large number of details discovered from the Annual Population Survey.
In their pursuit of transparency, clarity and outreach, the Department for Work and Pensions have released two new documents.
A relatively new commission, the Mental Health and Income Commission has published their second report in their existance, concerning more details on the Mental Health Income Gap they uncovered in their first report.
The Commons Library breifing that details changes in Unemployment Benefit Claims based on constituency has once again been updated, and now details up to January 2021.
A Commons Library briefing has been released detailing the changes various government bodies made to social security measures in reaction to the Covid-19 pandemic, alongside the plans for their withdrawal post-crisis and economic recovery.
Following up on their Financial Lives Survey, the Financial Conduct Authority had set forward expectations of companies to help ensure that vulnerable customers recieve fair treatment and achieve outcomes relative to other customers.