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What the energy crisis means for vulnerable customers

Alexis Stevens, Senior Strategic Partnerships Officer, Money and Mental Health What the energy crisis means [...]
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Time to crack down on scam ads: Our response to the Joint Committee on the Draft Online Safety Bill

Katrina Gaffney, External Affairs Officer, Money and Mental Health Time to crack down on scam [...]
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Set Up To Fail: Lords make the case for government to act

Brian Semple, Head of External Affairs, Money and Mental Health Set Up To Fail: Lords [...]
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Introducing: Rachel Fergusson

Rachel Fergusson, External Affairs Intern, Money and Mental Health Introducing: Rachel Fergusson 8 September 2021 [...]
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Gordon Moody: Women and gambling

Matthew Hickey, Chief Executive, Gordon Moody Gordon Moody: Women and gambling 3 September 2021 Here [...]
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How creditors can reduce the stress around debt problems

Alexis Stevens, Senior Strategic Partnerships Officer, Money and Mental Health How creditors can reduce the [...]
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Depression and memory loss: A hidden barrier to employment

Amy Swain, Research Community member, Money and Mental Health Depression and memory loss: A hidden [...]
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How government can make it easier for people moving from legacy benefits to Universal Credit

Nikki Bond, Senior Research Officer, Money and Mental Health How government can make it easier [...]
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Time flies when you’re having fun

Rich Taylor, External Affairs Intern, Money and Mental Health Time flies when you're having fun [...]
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Introducing: Alexis Stevens

Alexis Stevens, Senior Strategic Partnerships Officer, Money and Mental Health Introducing: Alexis Stevens 12 August [...]
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Energy price cap rise: Why firms must take action now to improve debt communications

Alice Rose, Head of Strategic Partnerships Energy price cap rise: Why firms must take action [...]
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What the FCA’s duty of care means for people with mental health problems

Merlyn Holkar, Senior Research Officer What the FCA’s duty of care means for people with [...]
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Scam ads are a menace but the Online Safety Bill is a golden chance to tackle them

Conor D'Arcy, Head of Research and Policy, Money and Mental Health Scam ads are a [...]
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Health is everyone’s business: a disappointing response for people with mental health problems

Conor D'Arcy, Head of Research and Policy, Money and Mental Health Health is everyone’s business: [...]
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How can banks best support their customers with gambling problems?

Chris Lees, Research Officer, Money and Mental Health How can banks best support their customers [...]
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Flexible working: what happens after 19 July?

Katrina Gaffney, External Affairs Officer, Money and Mental Health Flexible working: what happens after 19 [...]
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Mental health and the pandemic: What do the latest ONS stats tell us?

Georgia Preece, Research Assistant, Money and Mental Health Mental health and the pandemic: What do [...]
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Carers are struggling to support loved ones with their Universal Credit claims

Katrina Gaffney, External Affairs Officer, Money and Mental Health Carers are struggling to support loved [...]
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It ain’t (just) what you do it’s the way that you do it

Helen Undy, Chief Executive, Money and Mental Health It ain’t (just) what you do it’s [...]
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Three ways the DWP can make it easier for people to access Universal Credit

Nikki Bond, Senior Research Officer, Money and Mental Health Three ways the DWP can make [...]
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Research Community members help improve support for people with money problems

Merlyn Holkar, Senior Research Officer, Money and Mental Health Research Community members help improve support [...]
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People who need help with Universal Credit are being #SetUpToFail

Helen Undy, Chief Executive, Money and Mental Health People who need help with Universal Credit [...]
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The Online Safety Bill: a missed opportunity to stop online scams

Brian Semple, Head of External Affairs, Money and Mental Health The Queen’s Speech: a missed [...]
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Set up to fail report and campaign launch research and campaign launch

Set up to fail report and campaign launch Want to ask a question to our [...]
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Reducing risky gambling using behavioural insights

Dr Simon McNair, Policy Advisor; Rosanna Barry, Principal Advisor; Chloe Jacob, Research Advisor, Behavioural Insights [...]
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My mental health and income story

Catherine, Research Community Member My mental health and income story 28 April 2021 People with [...]
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3 ways the Mental Health Act can be changed to better tackle money and mental health problems

Nikki Bond, Senior Research Officer, Money and Mental Health 3 ways the Mental Health Act [...]
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Gambling Act review: A chance to make gambling safer by design

Chris Lees, Research Officer, Money and Mental Health Gambling Act review: A chance to make [...]
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Accessibility is too often forgotten about in website design

Alice Rose, Head of Strategic Partnerships, Money and Mental Health Accessibility is too often forgotten [...]
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Our money and our mind

Roy Rickhuss CBE, General Secretary, Community Our money and our mind 7 April 2021 The [...]
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Questions remain about government plans for mental health and suicide prevention

Georgia Preece, Research Assistant, Money and Mental Health Questions remain about government plans for mental [...]
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Webinar: Breaking the link between online financial harms and mental health problems

Webinar: Breaking the link between online financial harms and mental health problems Want to ask [...]
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A safer net – reducing online harm for people with mental health problems

Merlyn Holkar, Senior Research Officer, Money and Mental Health A safer net - reducing online [...]
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Seven ways employers and government can help workers with mental health problems thrive during the pandemic

Nikki Bond, Senior Research Officer, Money and Mental Health Seven ways employers and government can [...]
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Employers should take up the fight for better mental health services

Jo Bibby, Director of Health, The Health Foundation Employers should take up the fight for [...]
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Stopping the Charge across the UK – two countries down, two to go

Brian Semple, Head of External Affairs, Money and Mental Health Stopping the Charge across the [...]
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Budget to “protect livelihoods” misses many people with mental health problems

Conor D'Arcy, Head of Research and Policy, Money and Mental Health Budget to “protect livelihoods” [...]
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What’s next for Mental Health Accessible in 2021?

Alice Rose, Head of Programmes, Money and Mental Health What’s next for Mental Health Accessible [...]
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Introducing: Richard Taylor

Richard Taylor, External Affairs Intern, Money and Mental Health Introducing: Richard Taylor 24 February 2020 [...]
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New FCA guidance means banks must improve treatment of vulnerable customers

Conor D'Arcy, Head of Research and Policy, Money and Mental Health New FCA guidance means [...]
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New ONS data highlights mental health living standards inequalities

Conor D'Arcy, Head of Research and Policy, Money and Mental Health New ONS data highlights [...]
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What I’ve learned from the last six months

Haylie Page, External Affairs Intern, Money and Mental Health What I’ve learned from the last [...]
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Three changes the government should make to the benefits system to support people through the pandemic

Haylie Page, External Affairs Intern, Money and Mental Health Three changes the government should make [...]
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What the Financial Lives survey tells us about money and mental health during the pandemic

Brian Semple, Head of External Affairs, Money and Mental Health What the Financial Lives survey [...]
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Changes to online slot machines shows the opportunity to tackle gambling harm

Conor D'Arcy, Head of Research and Policy, Money and Mental Health Changes to online slot [...]
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How to close the mental health income gap

Helen Undy, Chief Executive, Money and Mental Health How to close the mental health income [...]
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Three key takeaways from the Woolard Review into unsecured credit

Conor D'Arcy, Head of Research and Policy, Money and Mental Health. Three key takeaways from [...]
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Webinar: How can we close the mental health income gap?

Webinar: How can we close the mental health income gap? Want to ask a question [...]
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Introducing: Georgia Preece

Georgia Preece, Research Assistant, Money and Mental Health. Introducing: Georgia Preece 1 February 2021 Two [...]
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Putting flexibility at the forefront in the workplace

Haylie Page, External Affairs Intern, Money and Mental Health. Putting flexibility at the forefront in [...]
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Income data visualisation

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What’s the relationship between ethnicity and the mental health income gap?

Nikki Bond, Senior Research Officer, Money and Mental Health. What’s the relationship between ethnicity and [...]
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To “build back better”, we need to tackle the inequalities exposed by the pandemic

Helen Undy, Chief Executive, Money and Mental Health To “build back better”, we need to [...]
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Digital exclusion – what’s the cost of no connection?

Haylie Page, External Affairs Intern, Money and Mental Health Digital exclusion: what’s the cost of [...]
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How the government can protect people with mental health problems from online scams

Chris Lees, Research Officer, Money and Mental Health How the government can protect people with [...]
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How banks and retailers can help people stay in control of online spending

Chris Lees, Research Officer, Money and Mental Health. How banks and retailers can help people [...]
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Mental health, Covid and the Spending Review: let’s not go back to ‘normal’

Helen Undy, Chief Executive, Money and Mental Health Mental health, Covid and the Spending Review: [...]
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Ofcom backs our call for telecomms providers to improve support for customers with mental health problems

Alice Rose, Head of Programmes, Money and Mental Health Ofcom backs our call for telecomms [...]
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A toolkit to help people improve their mental and financial health

Hannah Lewis, Mental Health and Money Advice A toolkit to help people improve their mental [...]
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Lessons from my time at Money and Mental Health

Kate Langston, Senior External Affairs Officer, Money and Mental Health Lessons from my time at [...]
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Online shopping and mental health

Merlyn Holkar, Senior Research Officer, Money and Mental Health Online shopping and mental health 10 [...]
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Prioritising my mental health has come at a cost – literally

Lydia, Research Community member Prioritising my mental health has come at a cost - literally [...]
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How Peabody has made its debt letters more supportive

Mark McArthur-Christie, Managing Director of Rubuss, a social housing customer experience specialist How Peabody has [...]
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Research Officer

Research Officer We are now looking for an ambitious, enthusiastic person with a demonstrable interest […]

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Farewell reflections

Katie Alpin, Interim Chief Executive, Money and Mental Health Farewell Reflections 30 October 2020 Next [...]
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Lessons from our conference: How can banks support people with gambling problems?

Katrina Gaffney, External Affairs Officer, Money and Mental Health. Lessons from our conference: How can [...]
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Supporting those with problem debt during the pandemic

Haylie Page, External Affairs Intern, Money and Mental Health Supporting those with problem debt during [...]
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3 takeaways from our conference for financial services firms on tackling gambling harms

Katrina Gaffney, External Affairs Officer, Money and Mental Health 3 takeaways from our conference for [...]
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Bank card gambling blockers: a story of progress

David Collings, Sharon Collard and Jamie Evans, Personal Finance Research Centre, University of Bristol Bank [...]
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A toolkit to help organisations tackle gambling related financial harm

Raminta Diliso, Gambling Related Financial Harm, Project Lead, GamCare A toolkit to help organisations tackle [...]
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We stopped the most distressing Debt Threats!

Katie Alpin, Interim Chief Executive, Money and Mental Health We stopped the most distressing Debt [...]
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Mind the mental health income gap

Nikki Bond, Senior Research Officer, Money and Mental Health Mind the mental health income gap [...]
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Closing the mental health income gap

Conor D'Arcy, Head of Research and Policy, Money and Mental Health. Closing the mental health [...]
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How has the pandemic affected young people’s mental health and employment?

Lucas and Sanjeeda, Work Experience Students, Money and Mental Health How has the pandemic affected [...]
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It’s time for more firms to become Mental Health Accessible

Alice Rose, Head of Programmes, Money and Mental Health It’s time for more firms to [...]
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Introducing: Haylie Page

Haylie Page, External Affairs Intern, Money and Mental Health Introducing: Haylie Page 24 August 2020 [...]
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Reflecting on my time at Money and Mental Health

Juno Bhardwaj Shah, External Affairs Intern, Money and Mental Health Reflecting on my time at [...]
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3 takeaways from our recent webinar on online gambling and mental health

Juno Bhardwaj Shah, External Affairs Intern, Money and Mental Health. 3 takeaways from our recent [...]
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Introducing our new checklist for debt advice services

Merlyn Holkar, Senior Research Officer, Money and Mental Health Introducing our new checklist for debt advice services [...]
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Ofcom’s guidance for treating vulnerable customers fairly: a welcome direction in our current circumstances

Chris Lees, Research Officer, Money and Mental Health Ofcom’s guidance for treating vulnerable customers fairly: [...]
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Martin Lewis: Looking back at our highlights from 2019/20

Martin Lewis, Founder and Chair, Money and Mental Health Martin Lewis: Looking back at our [...]
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Making free debt advice accessible to people with mental health problems

Nikki Bond, Senior Research Officer, Money and Mental Health Making free debt advice accessible to [...]
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Making online gambling a safer bet for people with a mental health problem

Chris Lees, Research Officer, Money and Mental Health Making online gambling a safer bet for [...]
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Event catch-up: Sharing our benefits and income research with Parliament

Juno Bhardwaj Shah, External Affairs Intern, Money and Mental Health Event catch-up: Sharing our benefits [...]
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What makes a good job application?

Brian Semple, Head of External Affairs, Money and Mental Health What makes a good job [...]
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Event catch-up: Launching our work on income and mental health

Juno Bhardwaj Shah, External Affairs Intern, Money and Mental Health Event catch-up: Launching our work [...]
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How coronavirus has affected the income of people with mental health problems

Nikki Bond, Senior Research Officer, Money and Mental Health How coronavirus has affected the income [...]
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MPs back our call to Stop the #DebtThreats

Kate Langston, Senior External Affairs Officer, Money and Mental Health MPs back our call to [...]
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Time for government to Stop the Debt Threats during Covid-19

Katie Alpin, Interim Chief Executive, Money and Mental Health Time for government to Stop the [...]
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3 acts of kindness we want to see this Mental Health Awareness week

Katrina Gaffney, External Affairs Officer, Money and Mental Health 3 acts of kindness we want [...]
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Introducing: Chris Lees

Chris Lees, Research Officer, Money and Mental Health Introducing: Chris Lees 14 May 2020 These [...]
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How to get support with shopping during the pandemic

Juno Bhardwaj Shah, External Affairs Intern, Money and Mental Health How to get support with [...]
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The difficulties getting mental health support during the pandemic

Juno Bhardwaj Shah, External Affairs Intern, Money and Mental Health The difficulties getting mental health [...]
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Event catch-up: presenting our Covid-19 research in Parliament

Kate Langston, Senior External Affairs Officer, Money and Mental Health Event catch-up: presenting our Covid-19 [...]
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The government can do more to help people access benefits during Covid-19

Nikki Bond, Senior Research Officer, Money and Mental Health The government can do more to [...]
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Are you worried about gambling during the pandemic?

Kate Langston, Senior External Affairs Officer, Money and Mental Health Are you worried about gambling [...]
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How essential services providers can support customers during Covid-19

Alice Rose, Head of Programmes, Money and Mental Health How essential services providers can support [...]
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The government must act to stop ‘debt threat’ letters during the Covid-19 outbreak

Katie Alpin, Interim Chief Executive, Money and Mental Health The government must act to stop [...]
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Three reflections on the FCA’s coronavirus support measures

Juno Bhardwaj Shah, External Affairs Intern, Money and Mental Health Three reflections on the FCA’s [...]
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People with mental health problems need more financial support during coronavirus crisis

Conor D’Arcy, Head of Research and Policy, Money and Mental Health People with mental health [...]
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Tools to help you manage money during the coronavirus outbreak

Katrina Gaffney, External Affairs Officer, Money and Mental Health Tools to help you manage money [...]
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How the government can ensure people can access benefits during the coronavirus outbreak

Katie Alpin, Interim Chief Executive, Money and Mental Health How the government can ensure people [...]
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Joint letter to Thérèse Coffey

Joint letter to the DWP  26 March 2020 Dear Secretary of State, We are writing [...]
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Covid-19: managing your mental and financial wellbeing

Brian Semple, Head of External Affairs, Money and Mental Health Covid-19: managing your mental and [...]
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Covid-19 and Budget 2020: what they mean for financial wellbeing

Katie Alpin, Interim Chief Executive, Money and Mental Health Covid-19 and Budget 2020: what they [...]
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Buy now, pay later: how can retailers make it safer?

Katrina Gaffney, External Affairs Officer, Money and Mental Health Buy now, pay later: how can [...]
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Introducing: Alice Rose

Alice Rose, Head of Programmes, Money and Mental Health Introducing: Alice Rose 4 March 2020 [...]
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Introducing: Conor D’Arcy

Conor D'Arcy, Head of Research and Policy, Money and Mental Health Introducing: Conor D’Arcy 24 [...]
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Practical advice for creditors to support customers with mental health problems

Nikki Bond, Senior Research Officer, Money and Mental Health Practical advice for creditors to support [...]
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Bailiff reform: A year has passed and we need action

Katrina Gaffney, External Affairs Officer, Money and Mental Health Bailiff reform: A year has passed [...]
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Overlooked and underregulated: Online spaces and financial harms

Juno Bhardwaj Shah, External Affairs Intern, Money and Mental Health Overlooked and underregulated: Online spaces [...]
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It’s time to talk about debt – and make it easier to get help

Brian Semple, Head of External Affairs, Money and Mental Health It’s time to talk about [...]
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Introducing: Juno Bhardwaj Shah

Juno Bhardwaj Shah, External Affairs Intern, Money and Mental Health. Introducing: Juno Bhardwaj Shah 4 [...]
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Introducing our Interim Chief Executive

Katie Alpin, Interim Chief Executive, Money and Mental Health Introducing our Interim Chief Executive 28 [...]
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Mental health is at the heart of the UK’s new Strategy for Financial Wellbeing

Helen Undy, Chief Executive, Money and Mental Health Mental health is at the heart of [...]
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Get involved in our new project to tackle problem gambling

Kate Langston, Senior External Affairs Officer, Money and Mental Health Get involved in our new [...]
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The links between problem gambling, self-harm and mental health

Sally McManus, Researcher The links between problem gambling, self-harm and mental health PLEASE NOTE: This [...]
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Five gold things…reasons to be cheerful in 2020

Helen Undy, Chief Executive, Money and Mental Health Five gold things...reasons to be cheerful in [...]
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My money and mental health story

Anne Shreiner, Research Community member My money and mental health story 16 December 2019 Nothing [...]
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General Election 2019: Reforming Power of Attorney

Brian Semple, Head of External Affairs, Money and Mental Health General Election 2019: Reforming Power [...]
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General election 2019: A fair deal in markets for people with mental health problems

Katrina Gaffney, External Affairs Intern, Money and Mental Health General election 2019: A fair deal [...]
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Calling time on bad telecoms services

Brian Semple, Head of External Affairs, Money and Mental Health Calling time on bad telecoms [...]
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Prevention is better than cure

Nikki Bond, Research Officer, Money and Mental Health Prevention is better than cure 3 December [...]
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General Election 2019: Making sick pay work and reforming the benefits system

Katrina Gaffney, External Affairs Intern, Money and Mental Health General Election 2019: Making sick pay [...]
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General election 2019: Making money advice available as part of NHS care

Kate Langston, External Affairs Officer, Money and Mental Health General election 2019: Making money advice [...]
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General election 2019: How the next govenment can help prevent suicide

Kate Langston, External Affairs Officer, Money and Mental Health General election 2019: how the next [...]
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Gambling blocks: The odds are that your bank now offers one

Katrina Gaffney, External Affairs Intern, Money and Mental Health Gambling blocks: the odds are that [...]
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Introducing the Money and Mental Health general election manifesto

Helen Undy, Chief Executive, Money and Mental Health Introducing the Money and Mental Health general [...]
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Event catch up: Launching our new Data Protecting report

Katrina Gaffney, External Affairs Intern, Money and Mental Health Event catch up: Launching our new [...]
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How banks can use customer financial data to help people avoid money problems

Katie Alpin, Head of Research and Policy, Money and Mental Health How banks can use [...]
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How the energy sector can improve support for people with mental health problems

Katrina Gaffney, External Affairs Intern, Money and Mental Health How the energy sector can improve [...]
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World Mental Health Day: Lenders back our call to Stop the Debt Threats

Brian Semple, Head of External Affairs, Money and Mental Health World Mental Health Day: Lenders [...]
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Local and national action needed to improve debt collection practices

Joanna Elson OBE, Chief Executive, Money Advice Trust Local and national action needed to improve [...]
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1 October: The day we really will ‘stop the charge’ (in England…)

Helen Undy, Chief Executive, Money and Mental Health 1 October: The day we really will [...]
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How can we help students avoid financial difficulty?

Katrina Gaffney, External Affairs Intern, Money and Mental Health How can we help students avoid [...]
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Breaking the link between financial difficulty and suicide

Kate Langston, External Affairs Officer, Money and Mental Health Breaking the link between financial difficulty [...]
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Meet our new Advisory Board members

Helen Undy, Chief Executive, Money and Mental Health Meet our new Advisory Board members 28 [...]
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Preventing financial difficulty: share your expertise with us

Nikki Bond, Research Officer, Money and Mental Health Preventing financial difficulty: share your expertise with [...]
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Introducing Katrina Gaffney

Katrina Gaffney, External Affairs Intern, Money and Mental Health Introducing Katrina Gaffney 14 August 2019 [...]
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Making Power of Attorney work for people with mental health problems

Nikki Bond, Research Officer, Money and Mental Health Making Power of Attorney work for people [...]
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Government plans for personal health budgets don’t go far enough

Nikki Bond, Research Officer, Money and Mental Health Government plans for personal health budgets don’t go [...]
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Event catch-up: launching our ‘A little help from my friends’ report

Kate Langston, External Affairs Officer, Money and Mental Health Event catch-up: launching our ‘A little [...]
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Introducing our Annual Review: our highlights from the past year

Helen Undy, Chief Executive, Money and Mental Health Introducing our Annual Review: our highlights from [...]
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The FCA calls on firms to improve support for vulnerable customers

Merlyn Holkar, Senior Research Officer, Money and Mental Health The FCA calls on firms to [...]
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Five takeaways from the new prevention green paper

Helen Undy, Chief Executive, Money and Mental Health Five takeaways from the new prevention green [...]
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Four reflections on my internship at Money and Mental Health

Adenike Adebiyi, Intern, Money and Mental Health Four reflections on my internship at Money and [...]
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Making it easier for people to get help from friends to manage money

Katie Alpin, Head of Research and Policy, Money and Mental Health Making it easier for [...]
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Event catch-up: launching the Mental Health Accessible standards

Adenike Adebiyi, External Affairs Intern, Money and Mental Health Event catch-up: launching the Mental Health [...]
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Introducing: Mental Health Accessible standards for essential services

Helen Undy, Chief Executive, Money and Mental Health Introducing: Mental Health Accessible standards for essential [...]
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A new strategy for Money and Mental Health

Martin Lewis, Founder and Chair, and Helen Undy, Chief Executive, Money and Mental Health A [...]
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Putting mental health on the diversity agenda

Adenike Adebiyi, External Affairs Intern, Money and Mental Health Putting mental health on the diversity [...]
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A call for action to improve how the energy sector treats vulnerable customers

Merlyn Holkar, Senior Research Officer, Money and Mental Health A call for action to improve [...]
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A big step towards tackling the financial and psychological costs of overdrafts

Katie Evans, Head of Research and Policy, Money and Mental Health A big step towards [...]
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Insuring a fair deal for people with mental health problems

Merlyn Holkar, Senior Research Officer, Money and Mental Health Insuring a fair deal for people [...]
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How financial services firms can support people in crisis, and their loved ones

Nikki Bond, Research Officer, Money and Mental Health How financial services firms can support people [...]
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Our #DebtThreats debate: the government says changing debt letters is ‘top priority’

Kate Langston, External Affairs Officer, Money and Mental Health. Our #DebtThreats debate: the government says [...]
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Universal design: how financial firms can make their systems work for everyone

Katie Evans, Head of Research and Policy, Money and Mental Health Universal design: how financial [...]
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Unpicking the Treasury Committee report: Access to cash and gambling blocks

Kate Langston, External Affairs Officer, Money and Mental Health Unpicking the Treasury Committee report: Access [...]
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Treasury Select Committee backs our Stop the #DebtThreats campaign

Helen Undy, Chief Executive, Money and Mental Health Treasury Select Committee backs our Stop the [...]
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There is more to Parliament than what’s on TV

Adenike Adebiyi, External Affairs Intern, Money and Mental Health There is more to Parliament than [...]
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Mummy and mental health

Tasneem Clarke, Research Officer, Money and Mental Health Mummy and mental health 9 May 2019 [...]
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Our birthday wish-list

Helen Undy, Chief Executive, Money and Mental Health Our birthday wish-list 12 April 2019 Today [...]
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Important steps towards stamping out bad bailiff behaviour

Kate Langston, External Affairs Officer, Money and Mental Health Important steps towards stamping out bad [...]
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Beyond a label: taking a broader view of mental health, debt and vulnerability

Kiri Saunders, External Communications Manager, Christians Against Poverty Beyond a label: taking a broader view [...]
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How small changes can make a big difference

Rachel Braverman, Research Officer, Money and Mental Health How small changes can make a big [...]
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Money and mental health

Merlyn Holkar, Senior Research Officer, Money and Mental Health Money and mental health: the facts [...]
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The FCA has given government the green light to stop debt threat letters

Katie Evans, Head of Research and Policy, Money and Mental Health The FCA has given [...]
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The role of essential services in preventing suicide

Rachel Braverman, Research Officer, Money and Mental Health The role of essential services in preventing [...]
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Making the benefits system accessible to people with severe mental illness

Nikki Bond, Research Officer, Money and Mental Health Making the benefits system accessible to people [...]
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Event catch-up: launching ‘The benefits assault course’ report in Parliament

Adenike Adebiyi, External Affairs Intern, Money and Mental Health Event catch-up: launching ‘The Benefits Assault [...]
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Welcome steps on benefits reforms, but much more to be done to make the system accessible

Katie Evans, Head of Research and Policy, Money and Mental Health Welcome steps on benefits [...]
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How to make the benefits system more accessible for people with mental health problems

Rachel Braverman, Research Officer, Money and Mental Health How to make the benefits system more [...]
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Unmissable: The link between debt, mental health problems and missing people

Richard Rickford, Research Assistant, Missing People Unmissable: The link between debt, mental health problems and [...]
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The BMA agrees to #StopTheCharge

Helen Undy, Chief Executive, Money and Mental Health The BMA agrees to #StopTheCharge 21 February [...]
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Calling time on bad bailiff behaviour

Kate Langston, External Affairs Officer, Money and Mental Health *Trigger warning:* this blog contains content [...]
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Introducing: Adenike Adebiyi

Adenike Adebiyi, External Affairs Intern, Money and Mental Health. Introducing: Adenike Adebiyi 12 February 2019 [...]
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Event catch-up: launching our new work programme on data, AI and mental health

Brian Semple, Head of External Affairs, Money and Mental Health Event catch-up: launching our new [...]
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#TimetoTalk: A little more conversation – and a lot more action, please

Helen Undy, Chief Executive, Money and Mental Health #TimetoTalk: A little more conversation - and [...]
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Financial difficulties and suicide: taking a closer look at the numbers

Merlyn Holkar, Senior Research Officer, Money and Mental Health Financial difficulties and suicide: taking a [...]
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Our new work programme: Using financial data to support people with mental health problems

Katie Evans, Head of Research and Policy Our new work programme: Using financial data to [...]
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Reflections on six months at Money and Mental Health

Liam Hill, Intern, Money and Mental Health Reflections on six months at Money and Mental [...]
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Introducing: Brian Semple

Brian Semple, Head of External Affairs, Money and Mental Health. Introducing: Brian Semple 18 January [...]
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Cash in or cash out?

Liam Hill, Intern, Money and Mental Health Cash in or cash out? 11 January 2019 [...]
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A Long Term Plan for mental health, not just mental health services

Katie Evans, Head of Research and Policy, Money and Mental Health A Long Term Plan [...]
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Money and Mental Health’s 2018 in numbers

Helen Undy,  Director, Money and Mental Health Money and Mental Health’s 2018 in numbers 21 [...]
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FCA high-cost credit review: moving towards a fairer system

Nikki Bond, Research Assistant, Money and Mental Health FCA high-cost credit review: moving towards a [...]
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Launching our campaign to Stop the #DebtThreats in parliament

Liam Hill, External Affairs Intern, Money and Mental Health. Launching our campaign to Stop the [...]
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A campaign victory: Barclays introduces spending controls for customers

Brian Semple, Head of External Affairs, Money and Mental Health A campaign victory: Barclays introduces spending [...]
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How local authorities can help break the link between problem debt and suicide

Nikki Bond, Research Assistant, Money and Mental Health How local authorities can help break the [...]
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You can help us stop the #DebtThreats

Helen Undy, Director, Money and Mental Health You can help us stop the #DebtThreats *Trigger [...]
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Making debt advice work for people with mental health problems

Liam Hill, External Affairs Intern, Money and Mental Health. Mental health challenges for the debt [...]
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Being your own boss: the upsides and challenges for people with mental health problems

Rachel Braverman, Research Officer, Money and Mental Health Being your own boss: the upsides and [...]
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Why I’m alarmed by the alarmism around technology and our mental health

Liam Hill, External Affairs Intern, Money and Mental Health. Why I’m alarmed by the alarmism around [...]
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Report launch: Too ill to work, too broke not to

Brian Semple is Money and Mental Health's Head of External Affairs. Report launch: Too ill [...]
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The government should go further in fixing Universal Credit roll-out

Katie Evans is the Head of Policy and Research at Money and Mental Health. The [...]
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Too ill to work, too broke not to

Nikki Bond, Research Assistant, Money and Mental Health Too ill to work, too broke not [...]
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Budget 2018: Tough on problem debt, but not the causes of debt?

Helen Undy, Director, Money and Mental Health Policy Institute Budget 2018: tough on problem debt, [...]
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