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Ending £20 Universal Credit uplift will mean families choosing between ‘heating or eating’

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Get the day's biggest stories sent direct to your inbox so you never miss a thing The withdrawal of the £20-per week Universal Credit uplift will see many families in Bury facing the choice between ‘heating or eating’, councillors have heard.

Bury full council debated a motion put forward by the council’s Labour group to ‘stop the cut to Universal Credit’. which would affect 15,300 people in the borough, many of whom are in work.

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