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New analysis published yesterday by the TUC reveals that the Chancellor’s tax credit cuts will hit the UK’s poorest regions and nations the hardest.
Deceit takes many forms. The outright lie, the partial truth, concealment, the broken promise.
At Prime Minister's Questions today, David Cameron repeatedly stated that if the government did not cut tax credits, then that money would have to be cut from education or the NHS.
When Michelle Dorrell, an angry Conservative voter confronted a government minister on Question Time, planned cuts to tax credits went t
New figures from the Office for National Statistics on the reduction in workless households since 1996 are evidence of the success of tax credits, says the TUC.
We're told that the Conservatives, freed from the limitations of Coalition government, can now pursue the policies they really believe in.
Savings of £3.2 bn could be made by the public purse if the UK’s 4.8 million low-paid workers were paid the living wage, according to research published by the TUC today.
New analysis shows that an extra 180,000 children with at least one parent working in the public sector will end up in poverty due to government policies by 2015.
As tax credit changes take effect, the TUC has updated its tax credit calculator to help parents find out how they will be affected by the government's recent changes.
Of the £950 million provided for additional support with child care, only £200 million will go to low to middle income families on Tax Credits or Universal Credit.
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