Universal Basic Income

Universal Basic Income

Universal Basic Income ensures everyone starts on a level playing field, without long, complicated, biased and often degrading assessments which cost the state time and money to do. Many pilot projects have shown the benefits, such as improved mental health, improved health and increased participation in the labour market.


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