Pop-up Xmas Presence calls for Universal Credit to be scrapped

This Saturday in Newport, the Pop-Up Xmas Presence is part of a UK-wide National Day of Action calling for Universal Credit to be stopped and scrapped. Find out more between 12-2pm.

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Sharon shares details of this upcoming event. Ed


Unite Community will have a ‘Pop-up Xmas Presence’ between 12-2pm in St James Square, Newport, this Saturday afternoon.

Offering information and support, the Pop-Up Presence is part of a UK-wide National Day of Action, calling for Universal Credit to be stopped and scrapped, due to damage its causing.

As a Pop-Up Collection Point for Isle of Wight Foodbank, please bring any donation you might spare; with Foodbanks use expected to soar over Xmas, we warmly welcome and need your support.

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Thursday, 29th November, 2018 1:40pm

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Consider this: If you were to claim for Universal Credit TODAY then you would be unlikely to receive any payment until February 2019….that’s x5 week processing time by DWP (assuming there’s no errors on the form & no internal glitches, of which in reality, many are occurring) + DWP closures over Xmas & New Year. Would YOU cope with this Would your kids cope with this? Should… Read more »