Today’s DWP headlines missed a vital piece of the jigsaw. Here it is.

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Today’s DWP headlines missed a vital piece of the jigsaw. Here it is.

Post by Admin on Thu Jul 19, 2018 9:13 am

The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) faced a media onslaught on Wednesday 18 July. A parliamentary committee said it owed millions in back payments to thousands of claimants. But much of the coverage failed to pose the question: what are the implications for the already chaotic rollout of Universal Credit?
The DWP: another damning report

The Public Accounts Committee has released a report into Employment and Support Allowance (ESA). It specifically looks at the department’s errors in paying claimants correctly when they transferred from old welfare support, like Incapacity Benefit, to ESA. The committee found that there were an:

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