Work Capability Assessment ‘consultation’- Cancer

This consultation ends 9 March 2012

Tom Greatrex (Rutherglen and Hamilton West, Labour)

To ask the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions how many responses his Department has received to date to its consultation entitled Work Capability Assessment: accounting for the effects of cancer treatment.

Chris Grayling (Minister of State (Employment), Work and Pensions; Epsom and Ewell, Conservative)

To date we have received 12 responses to the consultation. The consultation runs until 9 March 2012 and during this time we are seeking views from interested stakeholders, particularly from individuals who have been or are being affected by cancer, their families and carers, health care practitioners and cancer specialists, and employers.

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2 Responses to “Work Capability Assessment ‘consultation’- Cancer”

  1. ians12 Says:

    There should be a law to make government departments announce these “consultations” or at least an email list to sign up to for notifications.

  2. June Knight Says:

    What a pile of crock!! Diversion and avoidance and recalling the shovel to bury you an implement for overturning the ground.

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