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National impact from our campaign and research work
A review of January 2018:

It's been a busy start to the year for our national research and campaigns work.
The Prime Minister's reshuffle saw several Ministers on the move. Esther McVey was appointed Work and Pensions Secretary and CA had a positive first meeting on Universal Credit last week. Our focus now is to establish relationships with many of the new Ministers including those who lead on disability, money advice and energy prices. We're a significant step closer to strengthening tenants' rights after the government backed a Bill to protect renters living in unsafe homes - something we’ve long been calling for. Every local Citizens Advice helped make the case for the Bill by writing to over 90 MPs asking them to support it. The Bill passed its biggest hurdle - the second reading - and the debate in Parliament included several mentions of Citizens Advice including praise from the Bill's sponsor Karen Buck MP. Last but by no means least, Big Energy Saving Week kicked off this week. Nationally we arranged a seriously impressive 432 events, and it's been great to see the stories on Twitter of people across the country saving hundreds of pounds on their energy bills.