Work & Pensions Committee Press Release 2nd June 2011


Migration from Incapacity Benefit to Employment and Support Allowance


Wednesday 8 June 2011, Committee Room 8, Palace of Westminster

At 9.30am

*   Rt Hon Chris Grayling MP, Minister for Employment, Department for Work and

This is the final evidence session for this inquiry. It will provide an opportunity
to discuss with the Minister the wide range of issues which have arisen during the
inquiry relating to the Work Capability Assessment and the process for reassessing
incapacity benefit claimants.

The Terms of Reference for the inquiry can be found on our website at<>

Further information

Committee membership:  Dame Anne Begg MP (Chair) (Lab, Aberdeen South), Harriett
Baldwin MP (Con, West Worcestershire), Andrew Bingham MP (Con, High Peak), Karen
Bradley MP (Con, Staffordshire Moorlands), Alex Cunningham MP (Lab, Stockton North),
Kate Green MP (Lab, Stretford and Urmston), Mr Oliver Heald MP (Con, North East
Hertfordshire), Glenda Jackson MP (Lab, Hampstead and Highgate), Brandon Lewis MP,
(Con, Great Yarmouth), Stephen Lloyd MP (Lib Dem, Eastbourne), Teresa Pearce MP
(Lab, Erith and Thamesmead)

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Media Information:<>
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