Since coming to power in 2010, the coalition government has undertaken a radical reform of our welfare system.
Available to download here is a short guide to the most significant changes made over recent years, many of which will come into effect in April 2013.
This paper is the first of three to be published by Church Urban Fund and the Church of England on welfare reform. The second paper will examine the combined impact of recent reforms on household budgets. The third paper will then look at the broader impact of welfare reform, exploring how policy changes are affecting people’s everyday lives and decisions.
This guide was co-authored by:
- Bethany Eckley, Church Urban Fund
- Tom Sefton, Church of England
|Guide to Welfare Reforms 2010 – 2017, CUF, March 2013.pdf||128.08 KB|
3 thoughts on “CONCISE GUIDE TO WELFARE REFORMS 2010 – 2017 ~ CHURCH URBAN FUND”
hello all i have just had an email from Nick Cleagg,
he has told me esa is now working ok no need to worry he is on the case ???
is he to be trusted ?? jeffrey lph ps let me know what you think ..
cleggs on the case then you truly lost another Jeffrey jeff3
Very valuable info JJ, makes us realise just how much we hate Tory scum and want to see