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Benefits administration

Benefits administration news from UK Parliament.

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Is Universal Credit working for disabled people?
Work and Pensions Committee takes evidence from charities in a public meeting
04 July 2018
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Committee hears evidence on “only major welfare reform since 2010 that has not been evaluated”
Work and Pensions Committee examines benefit sanctions
20 June 2018
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Benefits cliff edge for carers means work doesn't pay
Work and Pensions Committee publishes report on employment support for carers
17 May 2018
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Government responds to reports on PIP and ESA assessments
Work and Pensions Committee publishes Government response to PIP and ESA reports
23 April 2018
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Domestic abuse risks of Universal Credit single payments
Work and Pensions Committee hears from charities on Universal Credit and domestic abuse
18 April 2018
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PIP, ESA trust deficit fails claimants and the public purse
Work and Pensions Committee publishes report on PIP and ESA assessments
14 February 2018
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PIP and ESA claimants' stories set out in report
Work and Pensions Committee publishes report on PIP and ESA assessments and claimant experiences
08 February 2018
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PIP and ESA assessments examined by disability groups
Work and Pensions Committee hears from specialist disability groups
11 December 2017
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ATOS, Maximus and Capita questioned on ‘gruelling' medical assessments
Work and Pensions Committee questions contractors on medical assessments for disability benefits
06 December 2017
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Did the Chancellor fix Universal Credit?
Work and Pensions Committee hears from experts after Budget 2017 about the impact on Universal Credit
29 November 2017
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Bill to catch parents ducking child maintenance
Work and Pensions Committee member tables bill to close loopholes that allow self-employed parents to withhold true income
28 November 2017
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Cut wait for Universal Credit to a month
Work and Pensions Committee recommends change to six week wait for Universal Credit
26 October 2017
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Secretary of State questioned on Universal Credit rollout
Work and Pensions Committee questions David Gauke MP
18 October 2017
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Are PIP and ESA Assessments working well?
Work and Pensions Committee opens inquiry into PIP and ESA Assessments
29 September 2017
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Concentrix and HMRC condemned for "gross failure of customer service"
Work and Pensions Committee publishes Concentrix report
01 December 2016
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