A report by the Resolution Foundation says that more than a quarter of the UK workforce will remain trapped in poverty despite the rise in the national minimum wage as a result of cuts to welfare and tax credits. Observer 27th October.

A report by the Resolution Foundation says that more than a quarter of the UK workforce will remain trapped in poverty despite the rise in the national minimum wage as a result of cuts to welfare and tax credits. Observer 27th October.

A report by the Runnymede Trust says that Britain’s Black and ethnic minority communities will be worst hit by the changes in changes to welfare and working tax credits as a a result of the recent budget, with more than four million people affected.

A report by the Runnymede Trust says that Britain’s Black and ethnic minority communities will be worst hit by the changes in changes to welfare and working tax credits as a a result of the recent budget, with more than four million people affected.