Author: Simon Duffy
This report summarises the impact of the UK Government's cuts programme. It demonstrates how the cuts target people in poverty and disabled people. It was one of the first quantitative analyses providing an estimate of the cumulative impact of UK Government cuts on disabled people and those in poverty.
All the data used in this report is available online via a google spreadsheet.
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The publisher is the Centre for Welfare Reform.
Counting the Cuts © Simon Duffy 2014.
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