Dear Department for Work and Pensions,
Please note, this is not a repeat Freedom of Information (FoI) request.
In its reply to my FoI request, Ref: FoI 2019/25891, the DWP provided me with information that they thought best explained / answered my questions.
On this occasion, I am not asking a question. Nor am I asking the DWP to provide me with information that they think best explains what I wish to know in relation to my request. In this instance, I am making a request for recorded information held by the DWP.
Please provide me with any recorded information held by the DWP, which states whether or not it is a legal requirement for claimants to use or access the ‘To-do list’ or the ‘A message to my work coach’ sections of the Universal Credit journal, as a condition of claiming Universal Credit.
I am not asking the DWP to create a bespoke reply in relation to my FoI request. Nor am I asking the department to provide me with the information it feels best explains what I wish to know. If the department does not have the information I have requested then please state this in your reply.
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Dear Curtis Allan,
I am writing in response to your request for information, received 19th
DWP Central FoI Team
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