Report by accountancy firm KPMG shows that nearly a quarter of employees are earning under the Living Wage and that this is up from the previous two years. 02.11.15
Public Sector union Unison calculates that key public sector workers will be up to £12,000 worse off by 2020 – Guardian 24.10.15
A report by the Resolution Foundation says planned welfare cuts will lead to an increase of 200,000 working households living in poverty by 2020.
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.
The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) impact assessment finds that more than 330,000 children from low-income families in England will be hit by the reductions in the benefit cap. 20.7.15