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Join Labour Future and the Peoples Assembly this Tuesday

#SackTheTories - BUDGET DAY PROTEST
Stop the Universal Credit Crisis - Stop Tax Avoidance - Fund Our NHS
Day of action the night before the Budget

6pm - 7:30pm, Opposite Downing Street, Whitehall, London

 

 

**Universal Credit
The Government's plans to overhaul the welfare system by forcing people onto Universal Credit have been widely criticised by MPs, charities, and campaigners all warning that this is likely to cause a rise in homelessness, poverty, and unnecessary debt. It will leave thousands without an income for weeks as they wait to be transferred, many will be left thousands of pounds worse off, and there is reduced support for claimants. The Trussell Trust have said that they expect a 30% increase in foodbank use this winter in areas where Universal Credit is rolled out. Child Poverty Action Group have found that Government welfare reform will push 1 million children below the poverty line.

The cost of moving to Universal Credit was originally estimated at £2.2bn, however it is now at a staggering £15.8bn and still rising.

WHEN
November 21, 2017 at 6pm - 7:30pm
WHERE
Opposite Downing Street, Whitehall, London
Downing Street
London SW1A
United Kingdom
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CONTACT
Michael O'Sullivan
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