Universal credit. If Boris Johnson goes ahead with the deduction, claimants could lose 1 1,040 per year.
Caregivers, shelf stickers and hairdressers will be among the workers affected by the biggest drop in welfare payments. Universal credit deduction., New research says.
Primary teachers, nurses and street cleaners are also likely to lose more than £ 1,700 more than in 2010 if £ 20 weeks of growth ending next month. According to plan.
Research by Action for Children’s Charity found that families of hairdressers would lose an average of ، 1,982, shelf stickers £ 1,843 and care workers ، 1,773 if the prime minister continued the cuts.
Imran Hussain, director of Action for Children’s Policy, urged the prime minister to reconsider the plan, warning that it was “a recipe for disaster for struggling families”.
“A lot of childhood is in the shadow of poverty and hardship, and epidemics are making things worse,” he said.
“We’re talking about hairdressers, shoplifters and caretakers – not big earners but people who are proud to work and do their best to provide for their children. ۔ ”
The weekly 20-week development was tentatively introduced to help claimants cope with the Corona virus epidemic.
But the ministers plan to start a phased increase from the end of September based on the payment dates of individual claimants.
Statement on the issue of Downing Street on universal credit.
A government spokesman said: “As the Chancellor announced in the budget, the growth of universal credit has always been temporary.
“It was designed to help claimants through the most difficult stages of the epidemic, economic shocks and financial setbacks, and it has done so.
“Universal Credit will continue to provide significant support both at work and abroad, and it is true that the government should focus on our plan for jobs, bringing people back to work and developing those who already work and more. We need to help them earn money. ”