Universal Credit Monthly Payments and Work Allowances Now Need to be Increased to Help People Tackle the Cost of Living Crisis in Britain.

Posted on 12-05-22 by Dean Sean Foy Number of votes: 0 | Number of comments: 0
As a Labour Member I Personally Believe That Universal Credit Monthly Payments and Work Allowances All Need to be Increased to Help People Tackle the Cost of Living Crisis in Britain. Universal Credit Payments Need to be Increased More to Tackle Cost of Living and Inflation in Britain. The Universal Credit Monthly Payments Should Be as Follows. Under 25 - £265.31 Needs to be £365. Over 25 - £334.91 Needs to be £450. Joint Claim Under 25 - £416.46 Needs to be £550. Joint Claim Over 25 - £525.72 Needs to be £650. Also the Universal Credit Work Allowances Needs to be Lifted Too. They Should Be as Follows. It is £344 if Your Getting Housing Costs This Needs to be Lifted to £500. It is £573 if You Do Not Get Housing Support This Need to be Lifted to £750.

Referring to: Work, Pensions and Equality

The Work, Pensions and Equality Policy Commission is charged with developing Labour’s policy on social security, poverty and equalities.

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