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Work and Pensions Committee
The Committee has re-launched the Universal Credit inquiry and is now accepting written submissions. Deadline is Monday 20 March 2017.
The Work and Pensions Committee held two evidence sessions examining the progress in introducing Universal Credit and what impact it is having.
The Committee is now inviting written submissions addressing one of more of the following areas:
Evidence given by Lord Freud, former Minister of State for Welfare Reform, Department for Work and Pensions
Evidence given by Nick Atkin, Group Chief Executive, Halton Housing Trust, David Finch, Senior Economic Analyst, Resolution Foundation, Mark Fowler, Director of Gateway and Welfare, London Borough of Croydon, and Martin Williams, Welfare Rights Worker, Child Poverty Action Group .
There are currently no public meetings scheduled.
Work and Pensions Committee publishes Government response on impact of Universal Credit rollout