COUNCIL spending on schemes to support people and families who cannot afford basics such a food and fuel in Liverpool is at its ‘highest ever level’, a report has revealed.
PEOPLE and families in crisis in Liverpool are getting extra help to improve their living standards through special emergency furniture packages.
If the Government is listening to sense and pausing the rollout of Universal Credit then it cannot come soon enough.
City wide call for the Government to reconsider the roll-out of welfare reforms
CASH from a special fund set up by Mayor of Liverpool Joe Anderson is making sure that children from deprived backgrounds get a decent meal during the school holidays.
A total of £300,000 is to be made available across Liverpool over the next year for community organisations to help people that are struggling to make ends meet.
ï»¿Liverpool City Council’s scheme to help people hit by welfare reforms has been praised by the Citizens Advice Bureau.