James Spencer-Gray

Dear Cabinet Office,

With regards to the current Government and past Governments flagship Welfare Reform Programme, could you please confirm that such reforms can only effect those members of our society who are actually in receipt of a cash benefit and thus can not effect anyone not in receipt of any cash monies from the state.

Yours faithfully,

James Spencer-Gray

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James Spencer-Gray left an annotation ()

Personally such a flagship Government policy, as it was explained when announced, was surely come under the domain of the Cabinet Office so why have they deferred from answering it and deflecting it to the DWP?

James Spencer-Gray left an annotation ()

Personally I find it odd that with such a high profile Government policy that the Cabinet office decline to answer deferring it to the DWP.
Is such a high profile policy dictated by the DWP on the Government then?