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The New Deal

The most recent documents available on this subject are:

New Deal 95
The latest edition of the TUC's occasional e-zine on welfare to work issues.
PDF version available for download
7 April 2006

New Deal 94
News about Pathways to Work and the Child Support Agency, plus the latest statistics on the New Deal programmes.
PDF version available for download
11 November 2005

New Deal 93
The deadline for equal rights claims to bereavement benefit and all the other latest news in the TUC's 'New Deal' e-zine
PDF version available for download
25 October 2005

Labour Market Programmes
A comprehensive briefing on the Government's various programmes to help people into jobs.
26 March 2004

Benefits and tax credits must increase to end child poverty
Working and Child Tax Credits and ‘out of work' benefits must be increased to meet the government's target of eradicating child poverty by 2020 and halving it by 2010. In its submission to the government's child poverty strategy review, launched at a seminar today (Thursday), the TUC says that ‘making work pay' through tax credits has lifted thousands of families and children out of poverty but children in families reliant on benefits are being left behind.
4 December 2003

TUC welcomes new deal figures
John Monks' comment on new deal figures.
28 June 2001

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