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News and case law

Reports and briefings


Updated today at 10.28 by Elliot Kent

Reps to a Tribunal - No case - respondent failure to…

It would probably help to understand the context of the appeal and the nature of…

Updated today at 09.38 by Owen_Stevens

Serious Case Panel papers and information

FOI: Please provide documents showing the recommendations made by the Serious Case Panel and progress…

Updated today at 09.01 by seand

DWP plans for both managed move to UC and voluntary…

I’m not sure that there will be many under 18’s on legacy benefits …

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29 June, 2022

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Southwark – 18 July, 2022

Money Advice Caseworker

Citizens Advice Southwark
Full time
£32,004 to £33,873 per annum pro-rata (NJC Salary Scale SO1)

Southwark – 18 July, 2022

Generalist Adviser – Back on Track Project

Citizens Advice Southwark
Full time
£29,705 to £31,292 per annum (NJC Salary Scale 6)

Bradford, West Yorkshire – 18 July, 2022

Generalist Adviser

Citizens Advice Bradford and Airedale and Bradford Law Centre
37 hours a week

Training and events

Online event – 8 July, 2022

Best Practice in completing the PIP questionnaire

Child Poverty Action Group
Online event

Online event – 8 July, 2022

Suicide First Aid - Understanding Suicide Interventions

Online event

Online event – 8 July, 2022

Mixed Age Couples Masterclass, 3 online sessions

Housing Systems
Online event across multiple sessions