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heraldscotland
Iain Macwhirter: Unfair, unworkable and deeply inhumane, Universal Credit should be scrappedout of working tax credits he did not scrap the substantial cuts that are baked
heraldscotland / Posted 23 hours ago
out of working tax credits he did not scrap the substantial cuts that are baked in to Universal Credit. According to the Institute for Fiscal Studies, three million working families with children on tax credits will find themselves £2,500 worse... Read more
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express
Are you losing out on £1800 a year? Martin Lewis REVEALS you could be entitled to benefityou are already claiming benefits and the universal credit amount will be lower
express / Posted 3 days ago
you are already claiming benefits and the universal credit amount will be lower, you will still get the high around. “The Institute for Fiscal Studies thinks this will effect over three million households with an average loss of £1,800 a year,”... Read more
5d
Daily Mirror
Theresa May faces opposition from cabinet on £2bn tuition fees freeze promisea saving of £360 a year, while the Government looks again at the question of fu
Daily Mirror / Posted 5 days ago
a saving of £360 a year, while the Government looks again at the question of funding and student finance." The independent Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) has said raising the repayment threshold to £25,000 will save some graduates up to £15,700... Read more
5d
birminghammail
Feeling the pinch? Things are getting more expensive in the UKbasket. Most of our price indices are published monthly. (Image: Getty Images)
birminghammail / Posted 5 days ago
basket. Most of our price indices are published monthly. (Image: Getty Images) Tom Waters, a research economist at the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS), said: "This morning's inflation figure, taken together with the latest inflation... Read more
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Bury Times
State pension to rise by 3 but benefit claimants and businesses suffera year off state handouts in 2019/20, affecting around 10.5 million households.
Bury Times / Posted 5 days ago
a year off state handouts in 2019/20, affecting around 10.5 million households. Tom Waters, a research economist at the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS), said: “This morning’s inflation figure, taken together with the latest inflation... Read more
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Gazette
State pension to rise by 3 but benefit claimants and businesses suffera year off state handouts in 2019/20, affecting around 10.5 million households.
Gazette / Posted 5 days ago
a year off state handouts in 2019/20, affecting around 10.5 million households. Tom Waters, a research economist at the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS), said: “This morning’s inflation figure, taken together with the latest inflation... Read more
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5d
guardian-series
State pension to rise by 3 but benefit claimants and businesses suffera year off state handouts in 2019/20, affecting around 10.5 million households.
guardian-series / Posted 5 days ago
a year off state handouts in 2019/20, affecting around 10.5 million households. Tom Waters, a research economist at the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS), said: “This morning’s inflation figure, taken together with the latest inflation... Read more
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5d
Greenock Telegraph
State pension to rise by 3 but benefit claimants and businesses suffera year off state handouts in 2019/20, affecting around 10.5 million households.
Greenock Telegraph / Posted 5 days ago
a year off state handouts in 2019/20, affecting around 10.5 million households. Tom Waters, a research economist at the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS), said: “This morning’s inflation figure, taken together with the latest inflation... Read more
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5d
Harrow Times
State pension to rise by 3 but benefit claimants and businesses suffera year off state handouts in 2019/20, affecting around 10.5 million households.
Harrow Times / Posted 5 days ago
a year off state handouts in 2019/20, affecting around 10.5 million households. Tom Waters, a research economist at the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS), said: “This morning’s inflation figure, taken together with the latest inflation... Read more
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5d
This is West Country
State pension to rise by 3 but benefit claimants and businesses suffera year off state handouts in 2019/20, affecting around 10.5 million households.
This is West Country / Posted 5 days ago
a year off state handouts in 2019/20, affecting around 10.5 million households. Tom Waters, a research economist at the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS), said: “This morning’s inflation figure, taken together with the latest inflation... Read more
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5d
Gazette News
State pension to rise by 3 but benefit claimants and businesses suffera year off state handouts in 2019/20, affecting around 10.5 million households.
Gazette News / Posted 5 days ago
a year off state handouts in 2019/20, affecting around 10.5 million households. Tom Waters, a research economist at the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS), said: “This morning’s inflation figure, taken together with the latest inflation... Read more
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5d
Bolton News
State pension to rise by 3 but benefit claimants and businesses suffera year off state handouts in 2019/20, affecting around 10.5 million households.
Bolton News / Posted 5 days ago
a year off state handouts in 2019/20, affecting around 10.5 million households. Tom Waters, a research economist at the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS), said: “This morning’s inflation figure, taken together with the latest inflation... Read more
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5d
Belfast Telegraph
State pension to rise by 3% but benefit claimants and businesses suffera year off state handouts in 2019/20, affecting around 10.5 million households.
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 5 days ago
a year off state handouts in 2019/20, affecting around 10.5 million households. Tom Waters, a research economist at the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS), said: “This morning’s inflation figure, taken together with the latest inflation... Read more
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5d
St Albans & Harpenden Review
State pension to rise by 3 but benefit claimants and businesses suffera year off state handouts in 2019/20, affecting around 10.5 million households.
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted 5 days ago
a year off state handouts in 2019/20, affecting around 10.5 million households. Tom Waters, a research economist at the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS), said: “This morning’s inflation figure, taken together with the latest inflation... Read more
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5d
Wandsworth Guardian
State pension to rise by 3 but benefit claimants and businesses suffera year off state handouts in 2019/20, affecting around 10.5 million households.
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 5 days ago
a year off state handouts in 2019/20, affecting around 10.5 million households. Tom Waters, a research economist at the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS), said: “This morning’s inflation figure, taken together with the latest inflation... Read more
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5d
EveningTimes Online
State pension to rise by 3 but benefit claimants and businesses suffera year off state handouts in 2019/20, affecting around 10.5 million households.
EveningTimes Online / Posted 5 days ago
a year off state handouts in 2019/20, affecting around 10.5 million households. Tom Waters, a research economist at the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS), said: “This morning’s inflation figure, taken together with the latest inflation... Read more
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5d
Croydon Guardian
State pension to rise by 3 but benefit claimants and businesses suffera year off state handouts in 2019/20, affecting around 10.5 million households.
Croydon Guardian / Posted 5 days ago
a year off state handouts in 2019/20, affecting around 10.5 million households. Tom Waters, a research economist at the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS), said: “This morning’s inflation figure, taken together with the latest inflation... Read more
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5d
Hampshire Chronicle
State pension to rise by 3 but benefit claimants and businesses suffera year off state handouts in 2019/20, affecting around 10.5 million households.
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 5 days ago
a year off state handouts in 2019/20, affecting around 10.5 million households. Tom Waters, a research economist at the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS), said: “This morning’s inflation figure, taken together with the latest inflation... Read more
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5d
This is Oxfordshire
State pension to rise by 3 but benefit claimants and businesses suffera year off state handouts in 2019/20, affecting around 10.5 million households.
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 5 days ago
a year off state handouts in 2019/20, affecting around 10.5 million households. Tom Waters, a research economist at the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS), said: “This morning’s inflation figure, taken together with the latest inflation... Read more
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5d
Lancashire Telegraph
State pension to rise by 3 but benefit claimants and businesses suffera year off state handouts in 2019/20, affecting around 10.5 million households.
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 5 days ago
a year off state handouts in 2019/20, affecting around 10.5 million households. Tom Waters, a research economist at the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS), said: “This morning’s inflation figure, taken together with the latest inflation... Read more
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5d
West Moreland Gazette
State pension to rise by 3 but benefit claimants and businesses suffera year off state handouts in 2019/20, affecting around 10.5 million households.
West Moreland Gazette / Posted 5 days ago
a year off state handouts in 2019/20, affecting around 10.5 million households. Tom Waters, a research economist at the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS), said: “This morning’s inflation figure, taken together with the latest inflation... Read more
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5d
Oxford Mail
State pension to rise by 3 but benefit claimants and businesses suffera year off state handouts in 2019/20, affecting around 10.5 million households.
Oxford Mail / Posted 5 days ago
a year off state handouts in 2019/20, affecting around 10.5 million households. Tom Waters, a research economist at the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS), said: “This morning’s inflation figure, taken together with the latest inflation... Read more
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6d
Daily Mirror
This is what happens if there is no Brexit dealrules which would mean 10% tariffs on car exports, 22% tariffs on lorries and u
Daily Mirror / Posted 6 days ago
rules which would mean 10% tariffs on car exports, 22% tariffs on lorries and up to 40% on some agricultural goods. The Institute for Fiscal Studies think tank says that trade with the EU would fall by as much as 29%, costing the UK economy... Read more
8d
Ekklesia
Low-income households increasingly exposed to rent increases, says IFSnow, this would go up by a further 6ppts (an extra 90,000 people). Agnes Norri
Ekklesia / Posted 8 days ago
now, this would go up by a further 6ppts (an extra 90,000 people). Agnes Norris Keiller, a Research Economist at the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) and an author of the report, said, “Wider problems in the housing market are pushing up... Read more
8d
New Kerala
Student Loans: Nicky Morgan to lead inquiry - newkerala news #280439after Prime Minister Theresa May announced changes to funding and repayments fo
New Kerala / Posted 8 days ago
after Prime Minister Theresa May announced changes to funding and repayments for undergraduates in England. As per the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) the changes will shift the cost of higher education by £2.3bn a year from graduates to... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Low-income households face soaring rents - spending an average 28pc of their wages on accommodationon rent than they were in the 1990s, as a result of cuts to housing-welfare pay
Daily Telegraph / Posted 9 days ago
on rent than they were in the 1990s, as a result of cuts to housing-welfare payments, a report has found. Analysis by the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) revealed that "substantial" cuts to housing benefit in recent years meant the poorest... Read more
13d
Hampshire Chronicle
No rise in university tuition fees next year, minister confirmsdebate about the current funding system, with growing concerns from some quarte
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 13 days ago
debate about the current funding system, with growing concerns from some quarters about student debt. The independent Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) has said raising the repayment threshold to £25,000 will save some graduates up to £15,700... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
No rise in university tuition fees next year, minister confirmsdebate about the current funding system, with growing concerns from some quarte
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 13 days ago
debate about the current funding system, with growing concerns from some quarters about student debt. The independent Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) has said raising the repayment threshold to £25,000 will save some graduates up to £15,700... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
No rise in university tuition fees next year, minister confirmsdebate about the current funding system, with growing concerns from some quarte
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 13 days ago
debate about the current funding system, with growing concerns from some quarters about student debt. The independent Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) has said raising the repayment threshold to £25,000 will save some graduates up to £15,700... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
No rise in university tuition fees next year, minister confirmsdebate about the current funding system, with growing concerns from some quarte
West Moreland Gazette / Posted 13 days ago
debate about the current funding system, with growing concerns from some quarters about student debt. The independent Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) has said raising the repayment threshold to £25,000 will save some graduates up to £15,700... Read more
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Oxford Mail
No rise in university tuition fees next year, minister confirmsdebate about the current funding system, with growing concerns from some quarte
Oxford Mail / Posted 13 days ago
debate about the current funding system, with growing concerns from some quarters about student debt. The independent Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) has said raising the repayment threshold to £25,000 will save some graduates up to £15,700... Read more
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Bury Times
No rise in university tuition fees next year, minister confirmsdebate about the current funding system, with growing concerns from some quarte
Bury Times / Posted 13 days ago
debate about the current funding system, with growing concerns from some quarters about student debt. The independent Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) has said raising the repayment threshold to £25,000 will save some graduates up to £15,700... Read more
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Gazette
No rise in university tuition fees next year, minister confirmsdebate about the current funding system, with growing concerns from some quarte
Gazette / Posted 13 days ago
debate about the current funding system, with growing concerns from some quarters about student debt. The independent Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) has said raising the repayment threshold to £25,000 will save some graduates up to £15,700... Read more
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13d
guardian-series
No rise in university tuition fees next year, minister confirmsdebate about the current funding system, with growing concerns from some quarte
guardian-series / Posted 13 days ago
debate about the current funding system, with growing concerns from some quarters about student debt. The independent Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) has said raising the repayment threshold to £25,000 will save some graduates up to £15,700... Read more
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13d
Greenock Telegraph
No rise in university tuition fees next year, minister confirmsdebate about the current funding system, with growing concerns from some quarte
Greenock Telegraph / Posted 13 days ago
debate about the current funding system, with growing concerns from some quarters about student debt. The independent Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) has said raising the repayment threshold to £25,000 will save some graduates up to £15,700... Read more
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Harrow Times
No rise in university tuition fees next year, minister confirmsdebate about the current funding system, with growing concerns from some quarte
Harrow Times / Posted 13 days ago
debate about the current funding system, with growing concerns from some quarters about student debt. The independent Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) has said raising the repayment threshold to £25,000 will save some graduates up to £15,700... Read more
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13d
Gazette News
No rise in university tuition fees next year, minister confirmsdebate about the current funding system, with growing concerns from some quarte
Gazette News / Posted 13 days ago
debate about the current funding system, with growing concerns from some quarters about student debt. The independent Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) has said raising the repayment threshold to £25,000 will save some graduates up to £15,700... Read more
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This is West Country
No rise in university tuition fees next year, minister confirmsdebate about the current funding system, with growing concerns from some quarte
This is West Country / Posted 13 days ago
debate about the current funding system, with growing concerns from some quarters about student debt. The independent Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) has said raising the repayment threshold to £25,000 will save some graduates up to £15,700... Read more
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Bolton News
No rise in university tuition fees next year, minister confirmsdebate about the current funding system, with growing concerns from some quarte
Bolton News / Posted 13 days ago
debate about the current funding system, with growing concerns from some quarters about student debt. The independent Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) has said raising the repayment threshold to £25,000 will save some graduates up to £15,700... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
No rise in university tuition fees next year, minister confirmsdebate about the current funding system, with growing concerns from some quarte
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 13 days ago
debate about the current funding system, with growing concerns from some quarters about student debt. The independent Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) has said raising the repayment threshold to £25,000 will save some graduates up to £15,700... Read more
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St Albans & Harpenden Review
No rise in university tuition fees next year, minister confirmsdebate about the current funding system, with growing concerns from some quarte
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted 13 days ago
debate about the current funding system, with growing concerns from some quarters about student debt. The independent Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) has said raising the repayment threshold to £25,000 will save some graduates up to £15,700... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
No rise in university tuition fees next year, minister confirmsdebate about the current funding system, with growing concerns from some quarte
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 13 days ago
debate about the current funding system, with growing concerns from some quarters about student debt. The independent Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) has said raising the repayment threshold to £25,000 will save some graduates up to £15,700... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
No rise in university tuition fees next year, minister confirmsdebate about the current funding system, with growing concerns from some quarte
EveningTimes Online / Posted 13 days ago
debate about the current funding system, with growing concerns from some quarters about student debt. The independent Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) has said raising the repayment threshold to £25,000 will save some graduates up to £15,700... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
No rise in university tuition fees next year, minister confirmsdebate about the current funding system, with growing concerns from some quarte
Croydon Guardian / Posted 13 days ago
debate about the current funding system, with growing concerns from some quarters about student debt. The independent Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) has said raising the repayment threshold to £25,000 will save some graduates up to £15,700... Read more
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The News and Star
No rise in university tuition fees next year, minister confirmsdebate about the current funding system, with growing concerns from some quarte
The News and Star / Posted 13 days ago
debate about the current funding system, with growing concerns from some quarters about student debt. The independent Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) has said raising the repayment threshold to £25,000 will save some graduates up to £15,700... Read more
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Whitehaven News
No rise in university tuition fees next year, minister confirmsdebate about the current funding system, with growing concerns from some quarte
Whitehaven News / Posted 13 days ago
debate about the current funding system, with growing concerns from some quarters about student debt. The independent Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) has said raising the repayment threshold to £25,000 will save some graduates up to £15,700... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
No rise in university tuition fees next year, minister confirmsdebate about the current funding system, with growing concerns from some quarte
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 13 days ago
debate about the current funding system, with growing concerns from some quarters about student debt. The independent Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) has said raising the repayment threshold to £25,000 will save some graduates up to £15,700... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Student fees freeze and repayment threshold raised to £25K confirmedof £360 a year, while the Government looks again at the question of funding and
Daily Mirror / Posted 13 days ago
of £360 a year, while the Government looks again at the question of funding and student finance."Read More The independent Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) has said raising the repayment threshold to £25,000 will save some graduates up to £15,700... Read more
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Reuters
UK productivity falls at joint-fastest rate since 2013: ONSgrows. “It’s certainly going to cause the chancellor a lot more trouble than h
Reuters / Posted 16 days ago
grows. “It’s certainly going to cause the chancellor a lot more trouble than he was hoping,” Paul Johnson, head of the Institute for Fiscal Studies think tank, told BBC radio. The risk of weaker productivity growth, due in part to economic... Read more
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express
Martin Lewis says check if you are entitled to THIS benefit NOW - three million miss outlower entitlements from universal credit with an average loss of £1,800 a year
express / Posted 16 days ago
lower entitlements from universal credit with an average loss of £1,800 a year Martin Lewis, Money Saving Expert “And the Institute for Fiscal Studies has said it thinks over three million households will see lower entitlements from universal... Read more
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