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All correspondence

A session is a parliamentary year. Sessions normally begin in the Spring with the State Opening of Parliament and run for about 12 months. There are normally five sessions in each Parliament.

Correspondence with Minister for Disabled People, Health and Work about ATOS independent assessment services
Correspondence
Correspondence with DWP about Guaranteed Minimum Pension (GMP) Indexation
Correspondence
Correspondence with Secretary of State on fraud and error in the benefits system
Correspondence
Correspondence with Minister for Welfare Delivery on Universal Credit: the wait for a first payment – follow up to 15.7 evidence session
Inquiry Universal Credit: the wait for a first payment
Committees Work and Pensions Committee
HC 204
Correspondence
Correspondence with Financial Secretary to the Treasury on the impact of tax credits debt repayments on Universal Credit claimants
Inquiry Universal Credit: the wait for a first payment
Committees Work and Pensions Committee
HC 204
Correspondence
Correspondence with the National Audit Office (NAO) on analysis of rent arrears of Universal Credit claimants
Inquiry Universal Credit: the wait for a first payment
Committees Work and Pensions Committee
HC 204
Correspondence
Letter to Minister for Employment about asbestos in buildings
Correspondence
Correspondence with Secretary of State for Work and Pensions on the Government's response to the Committee's report on DWP's response to coronavirus
Inquiry DWP's response to the coronavirus outbreak
Committees Work and Pensions Committee
HC 178
Correspondence
Correspondence with the Financial Conduct Authority about best practice in the consumer lending
Inquiry Universal Credit: the wait for a first payment
Committees Work and Pensions Committee
HC 204
Correspondence
Correspondence with the Chief Executive of the Pensions Regulator about Norton Motorcycles pension schemes
Work The Pensions Regulator (Non-inquiry session)
Committees Work and Pensions Committee
HC 352
Correspondence
Correspondence with the Secretary of State on DWP fraud and error estimates
HC 178
Correspondence
Correspondence from The Pensions Regulator on the committee's report into the Coronavirus outbreak
Inquiry DWP's response to the coronavirus outbreak
Committees Work and Pensions Committee
HC 178
Correspondence
Correspondence with the Minister for Disabled People, Health and Work on Carer's Allownce
HC 1772
Correspondence
Open letter to the pensions industry about small pension pots
Correspondence
Correspondence with the Minister for Disabled people about reports of delays to health assessments for benefits
178
Correspondence
Serious Case Panel: Terms of Reference and Minutes of March and July 2020 meetings
Work Safeguarding vulnerable people: how DWP learns lessons from serious cases (Non-inquiry session)
Committees Work and Pensions Committee
HC 599
Correspondence
Letter from the Chief Executive of the Pensions Regulator to the Chair 26.6.20 (follow up from evidence session 18 May)
Work The Pensions Regulator (Non-inquiry session)
Committees Work and Pensions Committee
Correspondence
Correspondence with the Secretary of State about the National Audit Office report on Information held by the Department for Work and Pensions on deaths by suicide of benefit claimants
Work Safeguarding vulnerable people: how DWP learns lessons from serious cases (Non-inquiry session)
Committees Work and Pensions Committee
Correspondence
Letter from HSE Chief Executive to Chair – correction of information provided by HSE to the Committee
Work Health and Safety Executive (Non-inquiry session), and DWP's response to the coronavirus outbreak (Inquiry)
Committees Work and Pensions Committee, and Work and Pensions Committee
Correspondence
Correspondence with Secretary of State for Work and Pensions about DWP's business continuity plans
Inquiry DWP's response to the coronavirus outbreak
Committees Work and Pensions Committee
HC 178
Correspondence
Total results 49 (page 1 of 3)