Yes, mistakes do occur, but not with such regularity. It would appear that the DWP are making a quest to make mistakes.
Then we hear the immortal phrase ‘Lessons will be learnt’, but will they. This is a phrase we have all heard for at least the last 50 years in many Central and Local Government departments and have any lessons been learnt, I doubt it.
For lessons to be learned there has to be willingness to learn and this Government has no willingness, just the opposite.
A truly worrying situation and one that could be happening within the UK. The DWP situation with Benefit claims and while the appeal process is reversing many of the wrongful dismissed cases, will this always be so. Not if we implement the American system as we appear to be doing.
It is very worrying and this should be noticed by the DWP, but will it be, I fear not.
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