Tax & Benefits
family security, poverty net, benefit reform, tax simplification, flat taxes, universal credit, poverty, incentives, poverty traps
This short film shows how the UK government's spending decisions have targeted disabled people and the poor for cuts.
Visit page | 26/09/12
The popular myth is that there is no real poverty in the UK - however the reality is that the poor are very poor - living on impossibly low incomes.
Visit page | 25/09/12
This short film explains the surprising fact that in the UK it is the 10% of poorest families who actually pay the most tax - 47%.
Visit page | 24/09/12
Jim Elder-Woodward explores the injustice of social care charging in the UK and the double taxation of disabled people.
Visit page | 03/09/12
David Cameron’s latest ideas on the future shape of welfare has polarised opinion, S.H Barnett explores the issues.
Visit page | 20/07/12
We need to stop pushing resources into wasteful public services - people can manage them better.
Visit page | 18/06/12
When we examine the net impact of taxes and benefits we can see the real impact of the welfare system on poverty.
Visit page | 13/06/12
A short 4 minute film explaining why current Welfare Reform plans are not real reforms and exploding some key myths.
Visit page | 30/05/12
The Campaign wants power and control to shift from government to citizens, families and communities.
Visit page | 14/05/12
One man's experience of disability benefits.
Visit page | 30/03/12