Tell us: how will you be affected by the cut to Universal Credit?

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Boris Johnson has been warned that more than 800,000 people risk being plunged into poverty as a result of an imminent cut to Universal Credit.

Chancellor Rishi Sunak is expected to end the £20-a-week increase of Universal Credit introduced during the pandemic at the end of the month. Critics are concerned about how the removal of the uplift will impact households amid rising inflation and energy costs.

We’d like to hear from people who will see their Universal Credit payments reduced as a result of this cut how this will affect their lives.

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