Universal Credit campaigner opposes cut to £20-a-week uplift

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As the £20-a-week Universal Credit uplift comes to an end on Wednesday, Rebecca, a Universal Credit campaigner and single mother, says the cut will enhance her financial struggle, especially during the winter time. Prime Minister Boris Johnson has defended the cut, saying that firms should pay higher wages and claiming that longer-term plans will make household bills more affordable.

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