Category Archives: Citizens Advice

Martin Lewis: What happened to my pledge to give £10m to charity in 2012…?

In June 2012 I pledged £10m for charity when MSE joined the MSM group and that for transparency I’d periodically bash out a blog explaining what was happening with it. Over the break I realised 2015 was the last time I’d done that, so an update is overdue… — Read on blog.moneysavingexpert.com/2019/01/martin-lewis–what-happened-to-my-pledge-to-give-p10m-to-charity/

Financial education: why it matters to start young | Moneywise

You may not immediately think retirement and teaching children about money are things that go together. But for me and my colleagues at TISA, we see the two as going hand in hand — Read on www.moneywise.co.uk/blog/carol-knight/financial-education-why-it-matters-to-start-young Absolutely! The numbers speak…. http://bit.ly/2pOV9W7

Gordon Brown: I didn’t think I’d see child poverty again in my lifetime | Politics | The Guardian

Ex-chancellor’s tax credits started to erase problem – but universal credit reverses trend — Read on www.theguardian.com/politics/2018/dec/14/gordon-brown-didnt-think-see-child-poverty-again-in-my-lifetime-universal-credit Yes, there’s #brexit But people suffering like this And sleeping in the streets We have got to fix!”