Labour’s main criticism seems to be that the scheme is running behind schedule – their answer is a further three month delay
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How many will be on Universal Credit in a year’s time?
Also: Welsh patients told to ‘gain weight’ to receive anti-obesity surgery; and NI deadlock on benefit reform.
A new report by Theos finds support for reciprocity and mutual support rather than means testing.
WATCH: Francis Maude says it is “simply incorrect” that he and IDS have fallen out over Universal Credit
“I’m a very strong supporter of what he is doing”, he tells Andrew Neil.
We can do better than the Permanent Secretaries’ annual performance objectives – late this year, and regarded by them as a joke.
“When you sneer at somebody who stacks shelves, you sneer at the whole cycle of work, and that’s not good.”
According to the National Audit Office, the Government’s flagship welfare reform policy – Universal Credit – is in trouble. The… Read more »