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Family Income Security

At the launch of the Centre for Welfare Reform, Simon Duffy, Director of the Centre, proposed a different way of reforming the current welfare system: outlining principles for real and positive reform of the income security system.

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Family Income Security © Centre for Welfare Reform 2011.

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Simon Duffy

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