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Lobby groups such as the CPAG have called it "pester power" - youngsters see a brand become fashionable and parents have to pay up.
Dakin (2002) "Poverty, primary care, and child and youth health" CPAG Backgrounder, 20, March.
I've been learning about the mural movement over time--I'm learning about these things organically through all the CPAG artists' meetings we've had--seeing Carlos Cortez sitting there and passing on the stories.
According to the CPAG, those losing out include: A single person falling sick under 35 years old - who will receive only pounds 89.
Too many children have been left behind in current policy," says report co-editor and CPAG researcher and policy analyst, Donna Wynd.
The RCPCH and CPAG are calling for urgent action, from both the Welsh and Westminster governments, to reduce child poverty and its impacts on health.
CPAG analysis revealed the cuts made to universal credit, published in the report Broken Promises, will leave couples with children on average PS960 a year worse off, families with two children will be PS1,100 a year worse off, and lone parent families will be PS2,380 a year worse off.
The CPAG highlighted figures showing a 50 per cent increase in relative child poverty across Britain, from 17 per cent in 2014-15 to 25.
MP CPAG chief executive Alison Garnham said: "It's wrong to punish the poorest and most disadvantaged in our society by cutting social security protection every time growth targets are missed while the better-off are protected.
Alison Garnham, chief executive of CPAG, said Osborne and Duncan Smith's proposals were "abhorrent".
The Cyprus Property Action Group CPAG, said that through dealing with some terrible buyer situations, the organisation had seen much of this coming.
AUSTRIAN CPAG MANAGERS AGREE TO EUR47 P/S SQUEEZE-OUT
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