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Mexico frees up some spending in budget, but discipline trumps stimulus
Mexico's government cautiously freed up funds for spending in its 2020 budget proposal on Sunday, slightly loosening a primary surplus target as it aimed to balance big welfare promises with the reality of a stagnant economy.
Welfare funding stopped by at least 20 English councils
A welfare scheme offering emergency financial support to England's poorest families is no longer available in a host of council areas, research showed.
Welfare of aging population a far cry in Bangladesh
Growing prosperity has resulted in increased population longevity, posing a new challenge for the government of Bangladesh.
UK government welfare reforms fuelling homelessness: Report
UK government welfare reforms are fueling a rise in homelessness in towns and cities across Britain, according to a new report.
Welfare conditionality is ineffective
Welfare conditionality within the social security system is largely ineffective and in some cases pushes people into poverty and crime, a major study led by the University of York has found.
Gov't takes steps to improve financial welfare for people with disabilities
The South Korean government's top financial regulator on Monday unveiled steps to improve welfare for people with disabilities.
South Korea welfare minister to spearhead welfare expansion
Health and Welfare Minister Park Neung-hoo is forecast to aggressively push forward welfare expansion that could entail tax hikes, local observers said on Friday.
Gov’t seriously pursuing welfare policy
The government has pursued welfare policy as part of a major plan, said minister of cooperatives, labor and social welfare.
Indian welfare cuts led to deaths of 600 children from malnutrition, activist says
MUMBAI - Funding cuts for welfare schemes by India's government have contributed to child malnutrition in Palghar district in the western state of Maharashtra, where 600 children are said to have died of starvation this year, according to activists.
Japan revamps child welfare
A baby lies in a metal-bar cot drinking from a bottle perched on his pillow in a Tokyo orphanage. There's no one to hold and feed him or offer words of comfort.
UK final push for curbing migrants welfare
British Prime Minister David Cameron has made a final push to seal a deal on curbing welfare benefits for migrants as part of his larger plan to prevent Britain becoming the first country to leave the EU.
‘UN probe into UK welfare cuts unusual’
A reported investigation by the United Nations into the impacts of the austerity measures by the British government on the vulnerable groups of the country’s society is receiving strong attention by analysts.
‘Concerns rising over UK welfare cuts’
Criticisms are rising against the British government for pursuing poor economic plans. A central theme of criticisms is a controversial welfare reform plan that comprises a series of austerity cuts many of which are publicly believed to specifically undermine the vulnerable members of the society.
UK gov't under pressure over welfare cuts for poor
British Prime Minister David Cameron's government faced a growing row Sunday over plans to cut welfare payments for low-income workers on the eve of a highly sensitive vote in parliament.
Osborne vows hefty welfare cuts
British Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne has said he will press ahead with hefty cuts to welfare in a budget statement next month, a day after tens of thousands of people marched against austerity in central London.

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