DWP is refusing to disclose five reports

DWP is refusing to disclose five reports

10:51 AM, 6th November 2017, About 7 years ago

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The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) is refusing to disclose five reports regarding the controversial Universal Credit programme that were requested under the Freedom of Information Act.

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“The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has ruled that the Project Assessment Reviews (PARs) should be disclosed but the DWP is appealing the decision. The case will be heard at a First Tier Tribunal in April 2018.”

This article clearly demonstrates that DWP hierarchy and members of parliament are aware of the issue with the new system.

It is a must read!!!!

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