• April 14, 2024
 Charities urge Chancellor to reverse ‘unfair and ineffective conditionality change’

Charities urge Chancellor to reverse ‘unfair and ineffective conditionality change’

Charities have expressed concerns about the introduction of stricter conditionality requirements for Universal Credit claimants with lead care.

The charity, Gingerbread, have published an open letter to the Chancellor, Jeremy Hunt. The letter was signed by a number of charities and organisations. These include Save the Children, Pregnant then Screwed and the TUC. In the letter, they highlight that stricter conditions are ineffective.

They also point out the stress that these measures will cause for single parents, and families with additional needs

What’s more, Single Parent Rights are conducting a survey to find out how Universal Credit conditionality changes will impact single parentsTo complete their survey, follow the link – Universal Credits Conditionality Changes (Page 1 of 7) (office.com).

Katie Johnson, Digital Journalist, Today's Media

Digital Journalist, Today's Media

Contact: katie.johnson@todaysmedia.co.uk

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