Coronavirus could end the UK’s Universal Credit and usher in Universal Basic Income, report says

A new report warns the current welfare system is “unlikely to survive” in the long term. By Nick Tyrrell Local Democracy Reporter   The UK’s current welfare system, including Universal Credit, is “unlikely to survive” the shock of the coronavirus crisis. This is the conclusion of a report from a leading economic think tank. The paper, from the Institute of Economic Affairs (IEA), also says that the government’s furlough scheme, which is paying the wages of employees of privately owned

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