Because we can't build back better with more of the same.
The pandemic has devastated families and communities across the UK. Record numbers of households are claiming Universal Credit - many for the first time. But the Chancellor wants to slash their income significantly in order to balance the books.
Rishi Sunak plans to slash over £1,000 per year from Universal Credit payments in a move that will devastate millions of families, many of whom are already struggling to get by. Charities and organisations are warning that this will plunge many more into poverty and widen existing levels of inequality.
Building back better should mean a fair recovery for all.