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Universal Credit: DWP Confirms It Is To Share Claimants' Data With Social Landlords

Remember this, readers? Well, it seems it’s going to happen.

The Department for Work and Pensions is to share tenant data with social landlords to simplify the administration of universal credit, it has been confirmed. 605 more words

Politics

Universal Credit and government information for landlords

The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) have published an important document online about Universal Credit (UC) and housing costs. It’s probably worth any landlord having a look at this, even if they don’t normally accept tenants on Housing Benefit, (HB). 279 more words

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Universal Credit doesn't work says DWP insider

Universal Credit doesn’t work says DWP insider

The whole Universal Credit IT program was completely unworkable, badly designed and already out of date. DWP planted a fake Tweet which was meant to come from a Jobseeker grateful for securing a job.

Iain Duncan Smith

Need cheering up? This latest update on Universal Credit should do it!

Reposted from ComputerWorldUK

There are now 160 people working on the Universal Credit digital service, according to minister for disabled people Mark Harper.

It is a dramatic increase in manpower compared with… 402 more words

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The poor are worthless and expendable in Tory Britain

A letter a day to number 10. No 975

Thursday 15 January 2015.

Dear Mr Cameron,

It seems that George Osborne has told the Times, “I couldn’t have been clearer that our plans do not involve tax increases, including VAT, because our plans involve cutting public expenditure and saving on welfare budgets.” 429 more words

Need cheering up? This latest update on Universal Credit should do it!

Reposted from ComputerWorldUK

There are now 160 people working on the Universal Credit digital service, according to minister for disabled people Mark Harper.

It is a dramatic increase in manpower compared with… 402 more words

Dwp

Universal Credit: too late to set it in stone

The Telegraph, which has a private line to Iain Duncan Smith’s bunker, reports his latest master plan: the transition to Universal Credit is going to be speeded up, by a ‘step change’, to stop Labour reversing the process if they win the next election.  216 more words

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