Income support

Income support  - 1.9 million people in France have received income support, known as the RSA, in 2018. Figures published have shown that the number of beneficiaries has risen slightly since 2017. The RSA (revenu de solidarité active) is intended to guarantee unemployed people, or workers who have a very low income, a minimum level of income, which is variable, according to the number of people in their household. It was implemented on 1st June 2009 by the French government.

 

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Evening Update Monday 16 April 2021

The Covid 19 incidence rate has dropped below 250 for the first time since Christmas. In the Alpes-Maritimes, it currently stands at .. ..... Evening Update Monday 16 April 2021 Read More

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Lunchtime News Monday 19th April 2021

France’s employment minister Elisabeth Borne has said this morning that she wants "priority access" to vaccination for binmen and bus drivers over 55 ... Lunchtime News Monday 19th April 2021 Read More

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French and Riviera News Monday 19th April

After more than two weeks of lockdown the number of intensive care patients in France has dropped slightly below 5,900. With health authorities claim... French and Riviera News Monday 19th April Read More

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Evening Update Friday 16 April 2021

French Health Minister Olivier Veran has said that the level of circulation of the virus in France is "too high" and the lifting of the curfew "is not... Evening Update Friday 16 April 2021 Read More

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