Campaigners set out proposals for a better deal for low-income taxpayers
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The cuts come on top of those already announced in the emergency Budget
Osborne to make £4bn further cuts in welfare

by Peter Wozniak Britain’s welfare budget is set for an additional £4 billion of cuts, on top of the £11 billion shaved off under the emergency Budget in June, according to George Osborne. The chancellor argued that despite the vast scale of the cuts expected the government would continue to protect the most vulnerable in… Read more »

Right turn for benefits crackdown
Claimants face benefits surveillance

By Alex Stevenson Credit firms could be used by the government to help tackle benefit fraud, the government announced today. It follows a pledge by David Cameron to pursue an “uncompromising” effort to reduce the amount of benefits money lost to fraud and error. Credit rating agencies like Experian are preparing proposals which could see… Read more »