During the coronavirus pandemic, the UK universal credit system has to pay out more credits to those who suddenly in the situation of lost their income and have to face the reality of a new life on benefits, and how opinions of the welfare system are changing after the number of Universal Credit claimants nearly doubled to 5.7 million this year.

Paul Sweeney was a former Labour and Co-op MP for Glasgow North East and Shadow Scotland Office Minister and he told to media recently.