Following the 2022 spring statement, Fabian Society research finds the balance between tax free allowances and social security is unjust, with people on middle and high incomes now able to receive more financial support than those without work
New Fabian Society research finds that the huge majority of people hit by the chancellor’s planned UC cuts are in working or disabled households.
New Fabian Society analysis shows that planned benefit cuts could push between 1 and 3 million people into poverty.
DAVID COATS: The coronavirus pandemic has exposed deep flaws in a social security system built for a different age. Now, more than ever, it is time to lay out a new vision for the future, writes David Coats.
Andrew Harrop puts forward immediate options for helping low and middle-income households.
CHARLOTTE TOSTI: The Labour party must become a voice not just for waged labourers but emotional labourers too.