Children and working-age people's welfare bill share 'to hit 30-year low'

Children and working-age people's welfare bill share 'to hit 30-year low'
 

The cuts implemented since 2010 will see spending on social security and tax credits return to pre-financial crisis levels by the end of this Parliament - although complex welfare reform schemes have failed to produce the savings claimed by ministers.
The Office for Budget Responsibility forecast that between 2015-16 and 2020-21, welfare spending will rise £14.2 billion to £230.8 billion but once the effects of inflation are taken into account it amounts to a real-terms cut of 2.3% and a fall of 1.4% as a share of GDP.
The impact of the cuts implemented by the coalition and Tory governments... read more

 
11 October 2016 in Regional West, Views: 26
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