Consultation responses

Policy positions

Money and Mental Health’s submission to Ofgem’s call for input on affordability and debt in the domestic retail market

Money and Mental Health raise the factors that contribute to people with mental health problems being more likely to be behind on their energy bills and what actions the government, Ofgem and energy companies need to take.

May 15, 2024
Policy positions

Money and Mental Health’s submission to the FCA’s consultation on “Our Enforcement Guide and publicising enforcement investigations–a new approach”

Money and Mental Health welcomes the FCA’s proposals for publicising enforcement investigations and suggests ways the FCA could go further to inform affected consumers.

May 01, 2024
Policy positions

Money and Mental Health submission to the Enforcement Conduct Board’s 2024/25 Business Plan consultation

Money and Mental Health proposals for delivery of effective regulation of the enforcement industry.

April 15, 2024
Policy positions

Money and Mental Health submission to the Money and Pensions Service consultation on proposals for the delivery of its debt advice strategy

Money and Mental Health outline the steps MaPS should take to improve the delivery of its debt advice strategy for people with mental health problems.

April 03, 2024
Benefits

Money and Mental Health’s submission to the Work and Pensions Select Committee’s inquiry into Disability Employment

Money and Mental Health outlines the steps employers and the DWP should take to address the mental health employment gap.

March 27, 2024
Benefits

Money and Mental Health’s submission to the Public Accounts Committee’s inquiry into Progress in implementing Universal Credit

Money and Mental Health outlines the steps the DWP should take to better support people with mental health problems through the managed migration process.

February 28, 2024
Policy positions

Money and Mental Health’s submission to the Scottish Government’s consultation on a Mental Health Moratorium

Money and Mental Health’s response to the Scottish Government’s proposals on introducing a Mental Health Moratorium debt respite scheme.

January 16, 2024
Policy positions

Money and Mental Health’s submission to the Department for Business and Trade’s consultation on Smarter Regulation: Strengthening the economic regulation of the energy, water and telecoms sectors

Money and Mental Health outlines people with mental health problems views on a universal Priority Services Register, including the key concerns that need to be addressed.

January 15, 2024
Policy positions

Money and Mental Health’s submission to the Work and Pensions Committee’s inquiry into Statutory Sick Pay

Money and Mental Health outlines how Statutory Sick Pay should be reformed, to provide people with mental health problems with a more supportive and flexible financial safety net to fall back on when unwell and off work.

December 07, 2023
Policy positions

Money and Mental Health’s submission to the Department for Work and Pensions consultation into Work Capability Assessment: activities and descriptors

Money and Mental Health opposes the DWP’s proposals to remove the ‘Coping with Social Engagement’ and ‘Getting Around’ activities, and the reduction of points awarded for their associated descriptors. We also oppose any amendments to, or the removal of, the LCWRA Substantial Risk regulations.

October 30, 2023