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The Scottish Association of Landlords (SAL) has urged Dundee landlords to attend a Department of Work and Pensions (DWP) event to learn more about Universal Credit. The membership body for private rented sector landlords said attendees will learn about Universal Credit and what it means for the

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Caroline Kennedy, a member of the Poverty Truth Community based in Glasgow and former member of the Scottish Poverty and Inequality Commission, reflects on how the new Scottish Child Payment could make a difference to the lives of children in Scotland. When the Scottish ministers did the decent thin

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The Scottish Federation of Housing Associations (SFHA) has challenged parliamentary under-secretary of state for welfare delivery Will Quince MP to address the “major concerns” it has regarding social security delivery. The organisation has written to Mr Quince after his responsibilities

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Residents have received an additional £5 million in annual financial gains thanks to the welfare rights service at Hillhead Housing Association. The service, which started in August 2005, reached this milestone this month with more than £5m having been generated for residents in Hillhead

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A pilot scheme to transfer working tax credit claimants to Universal Credit should not proceed until there is more clarity around what it will mean for those affected, a Scottish Parliament committee has warned. MSPs on Holyrood’s social security committee called on the Department for Work and

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