'I don't even have 4p to my name'
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Universal credit: 'I don't even have 4p to my name'

Three people on the new benefit system, Universal Credit, have spoken about the challenges they face.

Former senior civil servant Dame Louise Casey has strongly criticised the way it works.

She told the BBC claimants could be left in "dire" circumstances, waiting weeks for their benefits.

  • 29 Sep 2017
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