So the DWP impact statements over the last 10 years have never looked at the 5 week payment delay, how can this be, when they are bound to have an impact on claimants.
If Impact Statements are supposed to cover all impacts, which they are, surely not including all impacts makes the Impact Statements ‘not fit for purpose’.
As a full assessment of Universal Credit has not be conducted, then this benefit should not be being rolled out.
With these facts it should be deemed illegal for the payment and rollout of Universal Credit to be continued, if not, the Advance Payment should be counted as compensation.
The number of old people will increase, while the proportion of white Americans will continue to fall.
Source: 3 big ways that the US will change over the next decade : The Conversation
During the testimony last week, I expressed various concerns with the artificially short period allowed for the impeachment investigation due to the Democratic pledge to impeach President Donald Tr…
Source: Leaving Half The Country Behind: Poll Shows Majority Now Opposes Impeachment | JONATHAN TURLEY
A leaked poll commissioned by the pro-EU Best for Britain campaign suggests that voters would be less likely to back Labour if the party was committed to stopping Brexit.
According to the poll, passed to the Guardian, almost a third of respondents said they would be less likely to vote Labour, a similar number to those who said it would not make a difference. Twenty-five per cent said it would make them more likely to back Labour, with the rest saying they did not know.
The campaign group, which is pushing for a second EU referendum, commissioned the as yet unreleased snap poll shortly before MPs voted down Theresa May’s Brexit deal. The Populus poll asked 2,000 people whether they would be more or less likely to vote Labour “if they commit to stop Brexit”.
The polling also showed the party would lose around the same number of Labour voters as it would gain from the Conservatives.
Just 9% of Conservative voters would switch to Labour in those circumstances, but 11% of current Labour voters said it would make them less likely to vote for the party.
Source: Voters less likely to back Labour with ‘stop Brexit’ policy, leaked poll suggests | Politics | The Guardian
Seven percent of those polled by Reuters/Ipsos express varying levels of support for white nationalism.
Source: Poll: More white supremacists than Jews in US – Diaspora – Jerusalem Post
According to a new NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll, 53 percent of Americans believe that Congress should investigate whether Donald Trump’s presidential campaign had contact with the Russian government in 2016, while a quarter say that lawmakers should not probe the issue. Meanwhile, 54 percent of Americans believe that Congress should look into Russian interference in the election generally.
Source: Majority of Americans Say Congress Should Probe Contact Between Trump, Russia: Poll – NBC News
In this video, Vin Armani shows how Trump is triggering the media to the point where they appear to be plotting his demise. Numerous MSM articles call for Trump to be impeached. Presidential approval polls are all over the map. Who to believe?
Source: Trump Triggers The Media As They Push For Impeachment
Americans have different views on Obamacare and the Affordable Care Act, even though they are the same thing.
Source: Poll: ‘Obamacare,’ ‘Affordable Care Act’ not the same to many – Business Insider