House of Commons
RESTORATION OF WORK ALLOWANCE ELEMENT OF UNIVERSAL CREDIT
EDM #1588
Tabled 06 September 2018
2017-19 Session
That this House notes that one of the founding principles of universal credit was to make work pay; and therefore calls on the Government to return to this original principle by restoring the work allowance element to its original level, before funding for it was cut by around £3 billion a year in the 2015 Summer Budget.

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