Punishing Poverty: A review of benefits sanctions and their impacts on clients and claimants

“The Government’s Social Security Advisory Committee (SSAC), in its 2012 review of conditionality and sanctions in the benefits system, concluded that for conditionality to work it was essential that there was: (1) good communication; (2) personalisation; and (3) fairness.
“The evidence of this survey is that none of these conditions is currently being met.”
Says it all, doesn’t it?

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