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A note prepared for CPAG by the Institute for Social and Economic Research at Essex University ahead of tomorrow’s budget vividly illustrates the effect of taxes and benefits on child poverty rates in the UK and across the EU27.
A new research report, commissioned by Defra and published on their website today, states that the evidence points to there being genuine need for food aid in Britian today. The report arrived on the same day as 27 Church of England Bishops wrote to the Prime Minister and warned that coalition policies are creating hardship and hunger.
Due to selling out our February date, we have added a new ESA Appeals course on the 7th of April 2014.
We expect this date to sell out quite quickly, so book your place now to avoid dissappointment.
Our 2014-15 training prgramme is now on sale and available to download now.
Throughout the year CPAG will be running a series of one day seminars, featuring guest speakers and specialists.
The first of these events is; Localised Welfare: How to challenge unlawful schemes 26th March 2014
The Chancellor George Osborne is reported to be backing calls for the national miminum wage to rise to £7 per hour this October.
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The Labour Party leader, Ed Miliband, made a major speech on social security, in which he renewed his commitment to child poverty reduction as a top priority for a future Labour administration.
Read our Chief Executive Alison Garnham's piece busting the myth that 'We are all in it together' in a New Statesman supplement published today.
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