3 thoughts on “DWP tries again to stop release of Universal Credit reports

  1. gfranklinpercival

    These are the actions of desperate people. They have based actions that should be for the good of the people on ideology and with a view to self-aggrandisement. They have ignored, worse still, buried evidence. The child sexual abuse scandal has crept over the doorstep of present-day Downing Street. They know they are ruined and finished, but they still want to put off the day of reckoning. I wish I could say I will laugh when their house of straw blows away, but there will be too much work to be done to indulge in such luxuries.

  2. hstorm

    Here’s an idea: Maybe the next Government should just get rid of the DWP. If anyone working at the Department objects, the Government can just say, “We’ve done an investigation and concluded that the DWP is too expensive,” and if the DWP then asks to see the study, the Government can answer, “No, the study is restricted.” It’s only what the DWP has been doing to everyone else.

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