Hmmm, Will that make any difference to ids? Will he put a stop to UC? Doubt it..
The Labour Party released research last month, showing how new claimant families will get lower in-work benefit entitlements when tax credits are replaced by the Universal Credit benefit system.
Owen Smith, the shadow Work and Pensions secretary, said research commissioned from the House of Commons library shows that next year, thousands of working families will be at least £2,500 a year worse off as a result of the government’s cuts to Universal Credit.
Mr Smith MP, Labour’s Shadow Work and Pensions Secretary, responding to Iain Duncan Smith’s recent claim on the Andrew Marr show that “nobody loses a penny” from cuts to Universal Credit, said:
Iain Duncan Smith is completely wrong to say nobody loses a penny from his cuts to in-work support.
Cutting Universal Credit raises £100m for the government next year and that money has to come from somewhere.
What the Tories aren’t telling us is that the…
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