This article from The New Statesman website is a sobering read for those of us lucky enough not to worry too much about the odd £20,
Will the £20 Universal Credit cut become Boris Johnson’s government’s worst decision? - New Statesman
Whitehall’s own analysis finds the cut will have a “catastrophic” impact, warning “homelessness and poverty are likely to rise, and food banks usage will soar”. More than half a million people face being pulled below the poverty line, including 200,000 children, as a result of this change, according to the Joseph Rowntree Foundation, an anti-poverty organisation.