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The outbreak of coronavirus (Covid-19) has set an unprecedented challenge for individuals, communities, and governments across the UK.
The Salvation Army launches ‘Meals At Home’ for vulnerable elderly community in Penrith.
The five week wait for first Universal Credit payment will force thousands into debt.
The Salvation Army is urging the Government to ensure that it makes provision for homeless people as part of coronavirus planning.
The Salvation Army is ready to help people who are most vulnerable in communities across the UK and Republic of Ireland.
Two million sickness benefit claimants could struggle to access digital system.
Our emergency response team provides food, refreshments and support to the families and friends of people in isolation.
The Queen’s Speech made it clear that the Government will not be able to deliver on key manifesto pledges on homelessness and adult social care.
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