Coronavirus: Charities call on Government to lift the two-child universal credit limit

Nicole Weinstein
Tuesday, May 5, 2020

Thousands of families forced to claim universal credit because of the Covid-19 pandemic will fall into deeper hardship as a result of the controversial 'two-child policy', a new report highlights.

Around 60,000 families forced to claim universal credit because of the coronavirus outbreak will find themselves ineligible for support because of the two-child limit, the report claims
Around 60,000 families forced to claim universal credit because of the coronavirus outbreak will find themselves ineligible for support because of the two-child limit, the report claims

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