Citizens Advice Scotland (CAS) has today launched a new video to mark its 80th anniversary. The video, which features contributions from staff, volunteers, and expert commentators looks at the work the network does in providing advice and advocacy for the people of Scotland.
Citizens Advice Scotland (CAS) has called for honesty from policy makers on who will foot the bill in the move towards a more sustainable economy. With climate strikes due to occur globally today, CAS has welcomed the arrival of climate change discussion within the agendas of politicians and busines
An inquiry has been launched by Holyrood’s social security committee as estimates suggest a huge number of benefits remain unclaimed by those eligible for them. The inquiry aims to explore the extent of the issue and what can be done to tackle it.
Low income families will be able to apply for a new £10 a week payment for every child aged 0-6 next year after the Scottish Government brought forward its Scottish Child Payment. As part of measures to lift 30,000 children out of poverty, the benefit, which was due to launch in 2021, will now
Citizens Advice Scotland (CAS) has called for an urgent investigation into the sanctions system as new figures released by the Department of Work and Pensions (DWP) today reveal a quarter of a million people across the UK have been sanctioned under Universal Credit.