'Limited evidence' for benefit sanctions, NAO says

'Limited evidence' for benefit sanctions, NAO says
 

Benefit sanctions leading to "hardship, hunger and depression" are being imposed on people despite "limited evidence" on how well they work, the National Audit Office says.
The public spending watchdog also said use of the sanctions "varies substantially" between jobcentres.
Sanctions can be imposed on people who fail to comply with conditions attached to the benefits they receive.
The government said improvements had been made to the system.
An estimated 400,000 sanctions were imposed against people on out-of-work benefits last year.
They are used when people... read more

 
30 November 2016 in Regional, Views: 56
Source: BBC
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