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Social security and pensions news from UK Parliament.

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Work and Pensions Committee to hold evidence session on Restart scheme
MPs will take evidence from academics and policy experts on the Government’s new Restart employment support programme.
11 December 2020
Work and Pensions Committee to hold session on experiences of victims of pension scams
The Committee will hear from victims of pension scams as its inquiry into the pension freedoms and protecting savers continues.
01 December 2020
Chair writes to Pensions Regulator
Arcadia Group pension fund: Chair of Work and Pensions Committee Stephen Timms MP writes to Pensions Regulator
30 November 2020
Chair comments on Spending Review
Work and Pensions Committee Chair Stephen Timms comments on statement from the Chancellor
25 November 2020
MPs to debate a motion on the Work and Pensions Select Committee report on the DWP's response to the coronavirus outbreak
MPs to debate motion on the Work and Pensions Select Committee report on the DWP's response to the coronavirus outbreak in the Chamber
25 November 2020
Social Security (Up-rating of Benefits) Bill completes passage through Parliament
Bill sent for Royal Assent
18 November 2020
Immigration bill completes passage through Parliament
Lords seeks assurances on child refugees
10 November 2020
Committee Chair Stephen Timms comments on latest on Pensions Wise and the Pensions Dashboard programme
Comments come as Government announce Pension Wise service and publication of progress report on Pensions Dashboards Programme
28 October 2020
Pension freedoms and protecting savers: Committee holds first oral evidence session on pension scams
Consumer groups and pension industry experts questioned on pension scams
11 September 2020
Committee Chair calls for answers on benefit cap and more
Work and Pensions Committee publishes the Government response to its report DWP’s response to the coronavirus outbreak.
08 September 2020
Government’s preferred candidate for Chair of the Social Security Advisory Committee questioned
Work and Pensions Committee holds Social Security Advisory Committee Chair pre-appointment hearing
02 September 2020
Committee examines Universal Credit and the wait for a first payment
The Work and Pensions Committee questions the National Audit Office and the Financial Conduct Authority
01 September 2020
Substantial reform of Universal Credit needed to protect the most vulnerable
Lords Committee report calling for reform of Universal Credit published
31 July 2020
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Lords debates economic lessons of Covid-19
Members consider measures to repair UK economy
05 June 2020
Policy bodies and think tanks discuss lessons for public services after coronavirus
Public Services Committee takes evidence on Wednesday 3 June at 3.00pm
02 June 2020
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