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DWP falsehoods: Let’s get some questions answered

Mike Sivier's blog

The trial of the Department for Work and Pensions will begin on Wednesday, no matter what.

For those of us who are trying to get the Department for Work and Pensions operating in a sensible way, the weekend was one of ups and downs; Iain Duncan Smith will not appear before the Commons Work and Pensions Committee to explain his inaccurate claims until September 4 – but DWP officials will appear at an ‘information session’ on Wednesday.

I have no idea what questions they will face, but I do know what questions I think they should.

Firstly, we need to know the information that ministers were given by DWP officials before each inaccurate statement they have made. Were they made aware of the context in which each statistic was provided and were they told – crucially – what they did NOT mean?

Let’s go through the list in DPAC’s Report…

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