Budget: Millions of poor families hit, analysis finds

A government spokesperson said: “These are significant changes that make almost two million households better off by £1,000 on average, and to help even more families benefit our Plan for Jobs is getting people into work, while the most vulnerable, including those who can’t work, can get additional benefits and help with essential costs through our £500m Household Support Fund.”

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