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  • Call to Discuss Transition to Universal Credit

    Call to Discuss Transition to Universal Credit

    In a joint letter, disability charities throughout the UK have raised concerns regarding the Government’s proposed timetable for moving existing disabled claimants onto Universal Credit.

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  • Universal Credit Benefit Mythbuster

    Universal Credit Benefit Mythbuster

    With the introduction of Universal Credit in Sheffield later this year , you may wish to look at a new online web tool designed to help address commonly held myths and misconceptions about Universal Credit from the advice and technology charity Lasa.

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  • DPAC Workshop on Universal Credit

    DPAC Workshop on Universal Credit

    Confused by Universal Credit? Want to ensure that you and others who will be receiving it know the rules? This training and advocacy workshop arranged by the Sheffield branch of Disabled People Against Cuts, is on Saturday July 14th from 10am-4pm at the Burton Street Foundation. Places are limited so book early.

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  • Disabled People Against Cuts - Universal Credit Protest

    Disabled People Against Cuts - Universal Credit Protest

    The Sheffield branch of Disabled People Against Cuts ( DPAC ) has organised a local demonstration as part of a national day of action against Universal Credit. It will take place outside Sheffield City Hall on Thursday 1 March between noon and 1pm.

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