DWP spending on IT contractors rockets amid Universal Credit delays

Spending on external IT contractors by the Department for Work and Pensions has rocketed to £8m every month in a desperate attempt to get the heavily delayed Universal Credit scheme back on track.… Read More DWP spending on IT contractors rockets amid Universal Credit delays

Mandatory Reconsiderations – more evidence the DWP’s system is failing?

More evidence has emerged that the government’s system for managing disability benefit appeals is failing, despite claims by the DWP that it is getting decisions right first time.… Read More Mandatory Reconsiderations – more evidence the DWP’s system is failing?

The questions you should ask anyone trying to sell Universal Basic Income

Our welfare system has had to adapt to the most significant reorganisation of family relations in history. Nobody really knows what to do right now. So the Left are using Universal Basic Income as a euphemism for their lack of understanding of welfare, the labour market, and the economy.… Read More The questions you should ask anyone trying to sell Universal Basic Income