White Paper on Universal Credit – Oral hearing

House of COMMONS

Oral EVIDENCE

TAKEN BEFORE the  Work and Pensions Committee

White Paper on Universal Credit  Wednesday 26 January 2011

UNCORRECTED TRANSCRIPT OF ORAL EVIDENCE

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One Response to “White Paper on Universal Credit – Oral hearing”

  1. ians12 Says:

    What part of “Simple” don’t you understand!

    I liked this comment from Glenda Jackson MP:-

    “Glenda Jackson: Which is Jobcentre Plus. There are three separate areas there. Suddenly the Government is saying, “We can just roll this into one nice neat ball and away we go.” I don’t know how it is going to happen, and I don’t know how it’s going to happen when people have, as you said, changes in their families that may come overnight. The flexibility that is needed, particularly for carers or people with disabilities or mental health problems. How would you like to make it simple? This is what I’m asking.”

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