COVID benefit cut leaves half a million disabled people £1,000 a year worse off
Sunak’s Budget sop to ‘reward work’ for worst hit by Universal Credit changes still hammers UK households unable to...
Millions on pre-paid energy meters could face cut-off as prices soar
Unavoidable charges for gas and electricity threaten to tip many of Britain's poorest people into debt or destitution
Published in: openDemocracyUK: AnalysisThe COVID evictions ban is ending – and renters face an uncertain future
Two years after the government first promised to abolish Section 21 'no-fault' evictions, tenants must wait some more
Published in: ourEconomy: AnalysisBack to the future: is Brexit Britain preparing to unleash Big Finance?
As powers move from Brussels to London, many fear the UK is unlearning crucial lessons from the global financial crisis.
Number of private tenants facing rent shortfall leaps by nearly 50% in pandemic
Campaigners call for Rishi Sunak to increase rent support to end the rent debt crisis and prevent rising homelessness
50,000 more homes hit by Britain's bedroom tax, as scientists warn of COVID-19 risk
Soaring benefits claims since the start of the pandemic have resulted in a jump in households affected by the...