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That this House commends the work of Citizens Advice Scotland and the 20 other charities that have been working together to highlight the horrendous experiences of those people suffering as a direct result of the universal credit roll-out; praises the ongoing work of those organisations, and the wider third sector, in their efforts to help the thousands of families struggling financially as a result of universal credit; supports their calls for an immediate pause of the roll-out of universal credit; and urges the Government to work together with the third sector to solve the many problems associated with the roll-out of universal credit.
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