Published by Family Funds, a charity dedicated to helping such families, the 23 page report looks into the effect of the pandemic on the support, finance, health and wellbeing.
Following the fifth progress report on each UK government’s suicide prevention policies, a research briefing has been released outlining these policies and previous reports.
As more accessibility needs become understood, the government introduces new formats and methods for getting help with claiming Benefits and Pensions.
With the pandemic causing a swifter move over to cashless systems, more vulnerable individuals are seeing a reduced access to physical cash.
In 2015, the government made a commitment to extend the “Right To Buy” to housing association members, and they have recently made a development on that front.
Based on data released by DWP regarding the issue, the charity Shelter has drawn up a briefing on the impact that Covid-19 is having on Private Renters
Another House of Commons Library research briefing, with the focus of this one being the statistics surronding those with disabilities and employment, who now total 20% of the working age population.
Referring to the protection provide by the UK to those fleeing persecution, the House of Commons Library has released their lastest set of statistics on Asylum Seekers.
Headlined by the extension of the UC and WTC uplift extensions, the 2021 Budget included a swathe of annoucements regarding extensions, cancellations and expirations of various Social Security Measures.
The 35 page report looks into the expected and actual outcomes of the 2014 Care Act, via interviews, reviews and research.