Monthly Archives: May 2011

A Better-Off Bonus?

Another update, to the paper on Benefits after the Bill, with more on the odd effects of capping proposals in Universal Credit. You can find it, replacing the previous version, here.

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New edition of ‘Benefits and The Bill’

A substantially revised of the paper is now available reflecting changes in the treatment of the benefits cap. It can be downloaded here.

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The Benefits Cap

Capping in the Current System As recently as 21st March, Employment Minister Chris Grayling responded to a written question about the criteria for the proposed benefits cap. Chris Grayling: As the spending review announced, households which contain a member who … Continue reading

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