Anti-poverty campaigners are criticising a Budget decision to limit to six months the extension of a £20 uplift to universal credit, introduced during the pandemic. The Joseph Rowntree Foundation says single recipients will see their incomes cut, just as the furlough scheme ends and unemployment is expected to peak. Meanwhile, the Resolution Foundation think tank – which focuses on living standards – predicts inequality will rise.
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