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Household finances without “room to manoeuvre”

13 Ebrill 2014

With a survey commissioned by Shelter showing today that as many as 3.8 million families do not have the savings to keep up with housing costs in the event of a month’s missed pay, Citizens Advice has said that there is “little or no room for manoeuvre” in household budgets.

Universal Credit must be "about people not politics"

9 Ebrill 2014

Citizens Advice has highlighted the challenges people are facing in claiming Universal Credit without the necessary support, saying that a slow roll-out is sensible, as the Work and Pensions Select Committee today criticised the Government's handling of the benefit’s introduction.

Misleading payday loan advert banned

9 Ebrill 2014

As the ASA bans a Wonga TV advert Citizens Advice encourages members of the public to report other irresponsible adverts to get them off air.

“Unfit for purpose” ESA is biggest problem for Citizens Advice clients

8 Ebrill 2014

Ahead of a Select Committee hearing today (Wednesday) looking into support for sick and disabled people, national charity Citizens Advice has confirmed that problems associated with Employment and Support Allowance (ESA) is now the issue that Citizens Advice clients most commonly seek help with.

Households being "squeezed from all sides"

28 Mawrth 2014

As new research finds that only 6 per cent of people affected by the Under-Occupancy Penalty have moved house to avoid additional costs, Citizens Advice says that a sharp rise in rent arrears in 2013 shows implementing the new policy cannot be done safely without first increasing the stock of affordable homes.