Disabled woman forced to choose heating or eating over Universal Credit cut Lesley Mooney, 61 and from Grimsby, said "every day it is a choice of keeping warm or eating" as she blasted the government for leaving her in a condition that she has "never been like this in my life" 'Slapdash and selfish, Boris Johnson going AWOL during a crisis is a mistake'There isn’t much point to Boris Johnson at all or he’d be rolling up his sleeves and getting stuck in rather than flying away for a nice break in Marbella, says the Voice of the Mirror 'Joke PM Johnson adds insult to injury by hiding from Covid toll shame in villa'Instead of relaxing on holiday, Boris Johnson should be apologising for reckless Covid mistakes which needlessly killed tens of thousands of people Marcus Rashford says extra £20-a-week would have made his home life 'more calm'The footballer said it was wrong for the Government to impose the £1,040-a-year Universal Credit cut when families were struggling coming out of the pandemic Rashford attacks government on ending of Universal Credit uplift - Politics.co.ukFootballer Marcus Rashford has further criticised the scrapping of the Universal Credit uplift. The 23-year-old forward for Manchester United has spearheaded high profile campaigns against child hunger and the cut to Universal Credit that came into force Universal Credit: Removal of £20 uplift should be paused through winter, former Conservative Party leader saysThe charity Save the Children has warned one child every second will be affected by the removal of the £20 uplift on average over the next month. Universal Credit cut will hit one child every second as brutal impact bitesMore than 3million children will be in households hit by the £20-a-week benefits cut - enough for one in every second of the month Universal Credit cut hits poorest as Boris Johnson echoes Jim Callaghan's 'Crisis? What crisis?' line – Scotsman comment“Crisis? What crisis?” can be a hard-sell for a political leader.