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One of Britain’s leading charities, the Children’s Society, says that Chancellor Osborne’s latest budget is letting down the upcoming generation.
The UK Chancellor’s announcement about freezing working-age benefits from 2016, hailed at the recent Conservative Party conference, is a 'blow to millions'.
Responding to the recent Trussell Trust report on food bank use and hunger, a leading children's charity says urgent action is needed.
The Children's Society has made a strong response to the House of Commons Work and Pensions Committee report on housing support in the reformed welfare system.
Based on analysis of the UK government's own Households below average income (HBAI) survey published on 28 January 2014 (https://www.gov.uk/government/collections/households-below-average-incom...), the Children's Society estimates that 3.5 million children in Britain and Northern Ireland are living in poverty today.
Chancellor Osborne's welfare cap puts struggling families at risk, says Matthew Reed, Chief Executive of The Children’s Society.
More than 3 million families are likely to cut back on food to pay their energy bills this winter, the Children’s Society has revealed.
Vulnerable children who run away from home or care in England are more likely to ‘fall through the gaps’ because of new police definitions, says the Children’s Society.
A leading children's charity has welcomed the UK government's announcement about tougher penalties for trafficking, made on Anti-Slavery Day last week, but has also called for more concerted action.
After pressure from anti-poverty activists, the government has announced it is introducing childcare support for low-income working families.
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