600,000 single parents lose out with universal credit

Ceren Sagir - 12 November 2018

UNIVERSAL credit (UC) will see 600,000 single parents worse off than under the previous benefit system, the Resolution Foundation reveals today.

Lone parents, 90 per cent of whom are women, lose out the most when moving onto the controversial system, despite £1.7 billion extra investment from the Budget.... See more

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