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Cost of living crisis: Triple blow to earnings leaves some low-income families £1,600 worse off, even after govt support

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Some families are up to £1,600 a year worse off because of the cost of living crisis - even after government help is taken into account.
2 months ago·London, United Kingdom

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Cost of living crisis: Triple blow to earnings leaves some low-income families £1,600 worse off, even after govt support

As well as losing the £20-a-week uplift to Universal Credit, benefits are failing to keep up with inflation - and a jump in the energy price cap is expected this autumn.

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