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13 June, 2024 Open access

Election 2024 Manifesto round-up | Labour: Welfare Rights

Commitments include to review universal credit so that it 'makes work pay and tackles poverty', to retain the triple lock for the state pension, and to reform or replace the work capability assessment

The Labour Party has today launched its manifesto ahead of the General Election on 4 July 2024.

Welfare rights and access to justice commitments contained in Change include to -

For more information, see Labour Party Manifesto 2024: Our plan to change Britain from labour.org.uk

See also the Labour Party's commitments in relation to: Housing; Employment; and Community Care.

NB - manifestos from the range of main parties include: Conservative: Clear Plan, Bold Action, Secure Future | Green: Real hope, real change | Labour: Change | Liberal Democrat: For a Fair Deal | Scotland: Alba: Yes to Scottish Independence | Scottish Conservative and Unionist: Focused on your priorities | Scottish Labour: Our National Recovery Plan | Scottish National Party: A future made in Scotland | Wales: Plaid Cymru: For fairness, for ambition, for Wales | Welsh Labour: Change | Northern Ireland: Alliance: Leading Change | Democratic Unionist Party: Making Northern Ireland Work | Sinn Fein: Strong Leadership, Positive Change | Social Democratic and Labour Party: An Election for Change

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