Long-Term Unemployed Claimants Selected for The Work & Health Programme

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Dear Department for Work and Pensions,

I request full details of the regulations and procedures regarding the selection and transfer of Long-Term Unemployed claimants of Universal Credit, to The Work & Health Programme.
In particular, what regulations and procedures govern the selection of LTU Universal Credit claimants for the Work & Health Programme, who have already participated in training and work experience, and perhaps intermittent periods of work, but have not achieved a sustained employment outcome ?

Yours faithfully,
Jeff Smith

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