SINCE Universal Credit was introduced in 2013 it has been criticised.
Experts are calling on the Government to halt its flagship scheme.
But ministers seem determined to press ahead with it despite the carnage it is causing.
Debts, evictions and poverty are on the rise.
Campaigners want the Government to solve the problems with Universal Credit before it is rolled out further. These steps should have been taken before it was introduced.
Some of the most vulnerable people are affected. They should not be viewed as numbers on a Whitehall spreadsheet.