McVey: Some people will be worse off under Universal Credit

By Dan Peters | 12 October 2018

Work and pensions secretary Esther McVey has admitted that some people will be worse off as a result of the introduction of Universal Credit (UC).

The Government’s flagship welfare reform, which merges six existing benefits into one, has come under increasing levels of scrutiny ahead of next year’s full rollout.

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