The Department for Work and Pension (DWP) is using lies in social media ads to promote Universal Credit Just a quick aside from my usual articles as I’m seeing more and more promoted posts from the Department of Work and Pensions about Universal Credit. This fact alone is irresponsible because Continue Reading
How Universal Credit puts people in rent arrears. Housing is one of the biggest, more obvious ways Universal Credit fails claimants. Besides the much covered policies surrounding young people and housing, the way the benefit processes these payments in general almost guarantees arrears. I’m hardly the first person to criticise Continue Reading
I just want to start by saying that the response since my first article has been overwhelming. Organisations, journalists and claimants have shared it and I’ve heard from people about their experiences with Universal Credit, and it has been humbling. It’s hard to know what the right thing to do is Continue Reading
This is the first in what I’m hoping will be a series of posts giving a comprehensive breakdown of Universal Credit, how it works for claimants and agents, and some of the fundamental flaws causing problems.
Child Poverty Action Group have released another critical report on Universal Credit.
Bayard looks and this and what can be done.
Hi everybody, My name is Bayard, I am a former telephony agent from Universal Credit. I was an employee there for two years and my duties consisted of answering queries, calculating and issuing payments, handling complaints and requests for reconsiderations, booking appointments, issuing advances, and quite a few other things. Continue Reading