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Social security and pensions news from UK Parliament.

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Government responds to report on Universal Credit and domestic abuse
Frank Field MP says response is “totally inadequate”
11 October 2018
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Call for evidence launched into social care funding in England
Economic Affairs Committee seeks evidence for inquiry on social care funding
13 September 2018
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Lords debates careers education and advice
Peers consider case for high-quality advice for all students
07 September 2018
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Lords debates NHS and healthcare data
Peers discuss use of data to improve public health
05 September 2018
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Government responds to ruling on Widowed Parent's Allowance
Statement on Widowed Parent's Allowance
05 September 2018
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Hard-pressed households need Government action to deal with debts
Treasury Committee finds Government action needed to deal with debts and save for pensions
26 July 2018
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Royal Mail deal could “transform UK pensions landscape”
Work and Pensions Committee publish collective defined contribution pensions report
17 July 2018
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Is Universal Credit working for disabled people?
Work and Pensions Committee takes evidence from charities in a public meeting
04 July 2018
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Minister questioned on Universal Credit and benefit sanctions
Work and Pensions Committee hears from the Department for Work and Pensions
27 June 2018
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Committee hears evidence on “only major welfare reform since 2010 that has not been evaluated”
Work and Pensions Committee examines benefit sanctions
20 June 2018
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Defined Benefit Pensions White Paper examined
Work and Pensions Committee takes evidence from stakeholders and experts
06 June 2018
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Benefits cliff edge for carers means work doesn't pay
Work and Pensions Committee publishes report on employment support for carers
17 May 2018
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Work and Pensions and BEIS Committees publish report on Carillion
Carillion's board presided over “rotten corporate culture”, “responsible and culpable” for its massively costly demise
16 May 2018
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Work and Pensions Committee publishes report on Universal Credit for self-employed
Current design of Universal Credit for self-employed risks stifling entrepreneurship, wasting public investment
10 May 2018
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Minister questioned on Universal Credit and domestic abuse
Work and Pensions Committee hears from Support and Children's Minister on Universal Credit and the potential for domestic abuse
24 April 2018
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