OK, so now he’s not lying apparently. You Decide
The DWP have taken to twitter in a crude attempt to defend themselves from the accusation that Iain Duncan Smith has been misusing statistics.
Showing their utter contempt for the comments made by Andrew Dilnot, the head of the UK Statistics Authority, they are clearly attempting to show that Iain Duncan Smith was right in his conclusions about the impact of the Benefit Cap, despite the evidence saying the exact opposite.
Astonishingly the DWP then go on to re-iterate Mark Hoban’s claim that “DWP staff & claimants (are) telling us cap is impacting behaviour & leading to those affected getting work”.
They also point out that everyone affected by the cap has been contacted by the Department. The implication is that the DWP has some information on reports from claimants and DWP staff about the impact of the benefit cap. These statistics, or reports, have not been published.
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