Millions of low income families are facing a squeeze on their finances from October, a charity has said.
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A combination of rising energy and consumer goods prices, coupled with benefits cuts, will add an extra £710 in costs for poorer households, the Joseph Rowntree Foundation warned.
The report comes amid debate about plans to end the uplift in Universal Credit payments.
The government said it has schemes in place to protect consumers.
The charity worked out the impact of rising costs on a lower-income couple with two young children, with one adult working full-time with gross earnings of £20,000 per year.
It said the £710 poor households would need to find would include an extra £3 per week for energy assuming a pre-payment meter, £8 in other costs and £2.50 per week in National Insurance contributions.
On top of this, they will be losing a £20-per-week increase in Universal Credit (UC), which the government introduced last year as a temporary measure and is due end in October.