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Vast amounts are spent on poverty but the money doesn’t go into the pockets of people in need
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Vast amounts are spent on poverty but the money doesn’t go into the pockets of people in need

When you take in the cost of delivery and bureaucracy, we’re getting a very poor return from our spending on poverty relief. It’s time to focus more on prevention

Sunak ‘made political choice to plunge 1.3 million people into poverty’, chancellor told
cost of living crisis

Sunak ‘made political choice to plunge 1.3 million people into poverty’, chancellor told

MPs grilled the chancellor on his Spring Statement offering “very little” to people on the lowest incomes through the cost of living crisis

Spring Budget: Sunak’s statement ‘won’t touch the sides’ for single parents
Spring Budget

Spring Budget: Sunak’s statement ‘won’t touch the sides’ for single parents

The chancellor was accused of ‘completely ignoring the reality’ for single parents

‘A cup of water on a blazing fire’: Housing charities pan Sunak’s Spring Statement
spring budget

‘A cup of water on a blazing fire’: Housing charities pan Sunak’s Spring Statement

What Rishi Sunak’s Spring Statement means for the climate and environment
Spring Budget

What Rishi Sunak’s Spring Statement means for the climate and environment

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