| By Ben Pledger
The cut to the £20-a-week increase to Universal Credit has left families in a vulnerable state and reliant on foodbanks to get by, it is...
| By Emma Mohammad
£20 Universal Credit uplift cut described as 'indefensible' by councillor as Mancunians are pushed further into poverty
A meeting of Manchester city council was dominated by the cut in the Universal Credit £20 uplift which councillors say has left...
| By Alimat Akanni
Councillors vote to call on government to protect most vulnerable and cancel cut to universal credit
Manchester city council is committed to fighting for residents and to do all it can to ensure the most vulnerable are supported and...
| By Isaac Jordan
Manchester faces a dire shortage of affordable homes as families on housing benefit face a rise in poverty levels and being priced out of the city,...
| By Rebecca Lucas
Hungry No More aim is to raise awareness to the importance of food banks across the city and how hard they work to provide a meal for those in...
| By Cass Hyde
Manchester’s most prominent law centre is refusing to help implement universal credit and is supporting calls to end its roll-out. Greater...