Benefits Anomaly Allows Extra Money if Earning Less than £658 per month

Britain’s jobless crisis is fuelled by benefits anomaly that allows people to receive thousands of pounds in extra benefits if they earn as little as £658 a month. MPs have raised concerns with Jeremy Hunt, the Chancellor, and Treasury officials … Continue reading Benefits Anomaly Allows Extra Money if Earning Less than £658 per month

Household Support Fund Could Offer Extra Council Payment Of £65.00

To cope with the rising cost of living crisis, households will get payments of £65. A £65 payment will be made to households that currently qualify for council tax reduction due to low income. The funds are from the government’s … Continue reading Household Support Fund Could Offer Extra Council Payment Of £65.00

London – The Great Divide Map of 2022

Which boroughs in Greater London experience the highest deprivation in any kind is depicted on a new map by the Office of National Statistics. The map, which depicts the whole United Kingdom, was created using data from the 2021 census, … Continue reading London – The Great Divide Map of 2022

Cost of Living Crisis: A Windfall Tax on those Supermarkets reporting large profit?

As discounter Aldi surpassed Asda to become Britain’s fourth-largest supermarket for the first time, statistics indicate that consumers are now paying a record £571 more on average for their groceries than they did last year.According to research firm Kantar, grocery … Continue reading Cost of Living Crisis: A Windfall Tax on those Supermarkets reporting large profit?

Truss Economy: No Windfall Tax; Public Borrowing and a Tax Cut for ‘Investment’?

Making her debut speech in PMQ today, Prime Minister Liz Truss confirmed that she is not in favour of implementing Windfall Tax on Energy companies (thereby overturning a previous promise made by Rishi Sunak whilst he was Chancellor); preferring instead … Continue reading Truss Economy: No Windfall Tax; Public Borrowing and a Tax Cut for ‘Investment’?