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Charity hat verdict means "more misery" for lone parent with infants and young children.
policy officer at Gingerbread, commented. "Theoretically, a parent can get away from the upper limit by going to work. However, lone parent families with kids under the age of two find this difficult due to the hands-on challenge of raising an infant alone, coupled with costly care and a shortage of flexibility.
Today's ruling means that the maximum benefits will still push single-parent households with very young offspring into extreme poverty and not into work. 2 ] 72 per fraction of the homes covered in November 2017 were lone parents. for the Judicial Review. Nine-month-old baby living in London.
It is facing a cut of almost 20 in housing benefits due to the upper limit. Even though she raises a baby herself, she senses that she has no option but to work. While she was active looking for work, the only vacancy she was able to find would not offer enough working time to get away from her limits.
Lone father who has a three-year-old kid and is expecting. It has been said to her that she will be affected by the upper performance limit at the birth of her baby. Living in a privately owned rental apartment, she is facing a deficit in her rental of just over 30 per pound per workweek.
Four kids who lives outside London. Youngest kid is one year old. Families are affected by the upper limit and face a shortage of just over 90 per pound per annum in their rental. Lone parent families who are worried about their performance limit can call the free Gingerbread Hotline (0808 802 0925) or use our on-line information.