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Over half of parents may resort to washing children’s school uniforms by hand, amid cost-of-living crisis
Over half of parents may resort to washing children’s school uniforms by hand, amid cost-of-living crisis
Post on 07th Sep 2022
New polling from YouGov and charity National Energy Action reveals that low-income parents will struggle to afford to wash their kids’ school unforms as new term nears.
Nation / Region: England , UK
Content Type:News
Fuel Poverty, Energy Costs, Water Poverty, Energy crisis
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Water Poverty: Struggling to cope, or just coping with the struggle?
Water Poverty: Struggling to cope, or just coping with the struggle?
Post on 05th Nov 2021
While fuel poverty is making headlines, water poverty is an issue for many households too. Our research shows that people aren’t just getting in debt, many are undertaking extreme coping strategies.
Nation / Region: UK
Content Type:News
Water Poverty
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Understanding the significance of the outcomes of the water affordability review
Understanding the significance of the outcomes of the water affordability review
Post on 26th May 2021
Jess Cook – Project Development Manager (Water Poverty) reflects on the significance of the outcomes of the water affordability review
Nation / Region: Wales , England
Content Type:News
Water, Water Poverty
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Charity comments on Independent Review of Affordability Support in Water
Charity comments on Independent Review of Affordability Support in Water
Post on 26th May 2021
Today (26th May 2021) is the launch of the Consumer Council for Water’s (CCW) Independent Review of Affordability Support in Water.
Nation / Region: Wales , England , UK
Content Type:News
Water, Water Poverty, Policy and Advocacy, Ofwat
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Water poverty and the 2020 water affordability review
Water poverty and the 2020 water affordability review
Post on 16th Nov 2020
Water is unquestionably essential to all aspects of life, and so it is vitally important that all households are supported to ensure they have access to safe, clean and affordable water – something which the United Nations recognise as a human right.
Nation / Region: Wales , England
Content Type:News
Water, Water Poverty, Blog
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Charity warns debts owed to government and utility providers set to soar
Charity warns debts owed to government and utility providers set to soar
Post on 04th Nov 2020
A new paper published on National Stress Awareness Day is warning UK debts owed to government and utility providers are set to soar due to the impacts of Covid.
Nation / Region: Wales , England
Content Type:News
Water, Debt, Water Poverty
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