PluggedIN: Carolyn Downs

By Carolyn Downs | 26 September 2013
  • Carolyn Downs

Welfare reform has had a high profile in the past couple of weeks courtesy of the NAO’s negative assessment of the progress of Universal Credit and the very public disagreement between a UN official and Conservative Party Chairman Grant Shapps over a report critical of reforms to housing benefit.

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