Pressure on to keep ‘lifeline’ extra £20 a week Universal Credit | ITV News

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Labour has used a vote in the House of Commons to increase pressure on the government to keep an extra £20 pounds per week in Universal Benefit payments.

The rise was introduced to help hard-pressed families during the pandemic, but it’s set to be scrapped in two months’ time.

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