Referring to those under the care of a local council, the briefing covers details regarding those accommodated outside the dutiful authority’s area alongside those living in unregulated and unregistered children’s homes.
A recent House of Commons Library research briefing has covered the issue of tax avoidance and evasion, alongside the measures the government has taken to tackle them.
A couple of small changes have occurred surrounding advance payments for Universal Credit, these being new opening hours for the DWP Debt Management telephone service and information regarding the extension on repayments of advances.
new quarterly report on Homelessness in England has recently been published and shows a decrease in the number of families with children who are either homeless or under threat of becoming homeless.
Following up on a system introduced in 2014 and reviewed in 2019, the briefing outlines the history of the Children and Families Act whilst also commenting on how it was affected by Covid-19.
With Disability Confident employers reaching a total of 20,000 in the UK, the Government is set to add 315 more Disability Employement Advisors across the country.
The report, hosted on their website, looks into the effect of Covid-19 on Insecure Workers, that being those on zero-hour contracts, hired via agencies and similar contracts.
The English Government has set aside £125 million for councils following the receipt of Royal Assent for the Domestic Abuse Bill, which places a legal duty on councils to provide support to victims.
Created by DWP to aid those applicable, the Pension Credit Toolkit explains many details about the support such as eligibility and monetary worth.
Following up on a new framework in which they focus more on the cause of issues than the consequences, the Housing Ombudsman has called for evidence from the public for the first time.