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Tory MPs urge government to delay roll out of universal credit as McVey admits people losing out - Politics live - The Guardian (blog)

The Guardian (blog)Tory MPs urge government to delay roll out of universal credit as McVey admits people losing out - Politics liveThe Guardian (blog)Downing Street has distanced itself from comments made by Esther McVey, insisting the work and pensions secretary was referring to new claimants who may not be paid as much as they would have been in previous years. (See 2.15pm.) McVey was actually ...John Major: Universal credit could repeat poll tax problemsBBC NewsUniversal credit will leave some people 'worse off', says ministerFinancial TimesUniversal Credit architect Iain Duncan-Smith calls for extra £2bn to be put into benefits systeminews.co.ukall 130 news articles »11-10-2018

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Tory MPs urge government to delay roll out of universal credit as McVey admits people losing out - Politics live
The Guardian (blog)
Downing Street has distanced itself from comments made by Esther McVey, insisting the work and pensions secretary was referring to new claimants who may not be paid as much as they would have been in previous years. (See 2.15pm.) McVey was actually ...
John Major: Universal credit could repeat poll tax problemsBBC News
Universal credit will leave some people 'worse off', says ministerFinancial Times
Universal Credit architect Iain Duncan-Smith calls for extra £2bn to be put into benefits systeminews.co.uk

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