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Deputy Director and Head of Research Charlotte Pickles appeared on BBC Radio 4’s World at One to discuss Universal Credit. She argued that despite the cuts to work allowances announced in the 2015 Summer Budget, analysis shows that work incentives remain stronger under Universal Credit that its predecessor benefits and that the real winners are those on the lowest incomes.
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