Social Policy Review

Social Policy Review

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This title provides students, academics and all those interested in welfare issues with a critical analyses of progress and change in areas of interest during the past year. The contributions bring together internationally renowned authors to provide discussion of the most challenging issues facing social policy today.Instead, UC will be claimed and owned by couples jointly, and usually paid to one partner. ... For example, tax credits reduce entitlement to Housing and Council Tax Benefit, and Child Tax Credit is withdrawn after Working Tax Credit. ... and Pensions [DWP] press release, 13 September 2011) that UC will be paid monthly, though it recognises the need for some exceptions, ... In recent 17 Universal Credit.

Title:Social Policy Review
Author:Majella Kilkey, Gaby Ramia, Kevin Farnsworth
Publisher:Policy Press - 2012


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