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APPG publishes joint report with the APPG on Migration on the effects of the UK migration system on poverty

Posted on 30 Apr 2024

Today we have published our joint report with the APPG on Migration which has found that the immigration, asylum and refugee system in the UK is creating destitution by ...Read More

APPG on Poverty Meeting with Helen Rowe, author of Eliminating Poverty in Britain

Posted on 07 Feb 2024

The APPG on Poverty is delighted to host Helen Rowe, author of Eliminating Poverty in Britain at our next official online meeting on Tuesday 27 February at 10.30am. Helen will speak to several sections ...Read More

The Effects of UK Immigration, Asylum and Refugee Policy on Poverty: A Joint Inquiry by the APPG on Migration and the APPG and the APPG on Poverty – Official Launch and Call for Written Evidence

Posted on 25 Sep 2023

Today we are officially launching a joint inquiry into The Effects of UK Immigration, Asylum and Refugee Policy on Poverty with the APPG on Migration. We have decided to ...Read More

APPG publishes report on the (in)adequacy of social security

Posted on 21 Jun 2023

In spring 2023, the APPG on Poverty launched a short inquiry into the (in)adequacy of social security benefits, putting out a call for evidence then holding two evidence sessions. ...Read More

APPG launches call for evidence for inquiry into the (in)adequacy of social security

Posted on 05 Dec 2022

The All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Poverty is launching an inquiry looking into the (in)adequacy of the social security benefit rates, focusing on benefits for working-age people and their ...Read More

APPG publishes report on in-work poverty

Posted on 20 Jul 2022

In autumn 2021, the APPG on Poverty launched a short inquiry into in-work poverty, putting out a call for evidence then holding two evidence sessions. The first of these ...Read More

APPG publishes update of report on the impact on poverty of £20 increase

Posted on 06 Oct 2021

At the beginning of the year, the All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Poverty published a report on the impact on poverty of not maintaining the £20 increase to universal ...Read More

APPG launches call for evidence for short inquiry into in-work poverty

Posted on 02 Sep 2021

Despite increases to the National Living Wage, levels of poverty within working households continue to rise. The number of children in relative poverty in households where all the parent(s) ...Read More

APPG publishes report on the impact on poverty of not keeping the £20 uplift in universal credit

Posted on 01 Feb 2021

In December 2020, the APPG released a call for evidence looking into the impact on poverty of the £20 uplift in universal credit and working tax credits as well ...Read More

APPG launches call for evidence into the impact on poverty of maintaining the £20 uplift in universal credit

Posted on 14 Dec 2020

This year the Chancellor made the decision to uprate universal credit by £20 a week and boosted the incomes of millions of families. There is evidence from the likes ...Read More