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UNIVERSAL CREDIT PETITION

A major new petition has been launched by an anti-poverty coalition, including a number of church groups, calling for reform of the Universal Credit benefit which has been blamed for worsening poverty and hunger in the UK.

The petition, launched by End Hunger UK, states that: “In areas where Universal Credit has been rolled out, foodbanks and other food aid providers report a surge in the numbers of people pushed into greater debt, destitution and hunger as a result of delays, errors, a lack of flexibility, and inadequate support.”

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