Between 2018-2021, Crisis carried out a piece of longitudinal research, funded by Oak Foundation, exploring people’s experiences of these changes.
(CRESR) highlights that more could be done within the Private Rented Sector (PRS) to prevent homelessness
The Government has committed to reform leasehold tenure to make buying/extending lease agreements “easier, faster, fairer and cheaper”. This page explains what’s known about the reforms and timetable.
The government is consulting on draft regulations to introduce a new statutory debt solution known as the statutory debt repayment plan (SDRP).
This briefing gives an overview of rising prices, particularly food, energy and fuel prices, including the potential effect of the conflict in Ukraine. It outlines Government support as well as how rising prices, interest rates and other policies which will affect household budgets.
The rising cost of living will only make things worse for dying people and their loved ones.
This briefing paper looks at the concept of financial inclusion. It examines different meanings of this concept and how it has developed in Government policy since the late 1990s.
Millions of households across the UK are struggling to make their incomes stretch to cover the rising cost of living. That is why the government is providing over £15 billion in further support, targeted particularly on those with the greatest need.
ONS announced that CPI inflation rose to 9% in the year to April, a level not seen since 1982, and significantly higher than the 7% rate in March. A key driver of inflation is the increased cost of energy; Ofgem’s updated energy tariff cap came into effect in April, raising the cap on average household bills on gas and electricity by 54% from the previous month, meaning a 70% year-on-year increase.
The real level of unemployment 2022: the myth of full employment across Britain. Project Report. Sheffield Hallam University, Centre for Regional Economic and Social Research.