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Universal Credit and Managed Migration

Non-inquiry session

This oral evidence session is looking at the implications of the Government’s resumption on 9 May 2022 of the managed migration to Universal Credit (UC) from legacy benefits (with a focus on taking account of complex needs). The session will consider:

  • lessons from the roll out of UC in general,
  • lessons from the first wave of managed migration (the Harrogate pilot),
  • implications of current and forecast cost of living challenges for UC recipients, and
  • advice to the Government on recommended amendments to the regulations governing the further mandatory migration.

Reports, special reports and government responses

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Oral evidence transcripts

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18 May 2022
Work Universal Credit and Managed Migration (Non-inquiry session)
Witnesses Dominic Milne (Parliamentary Co-Chair Legal Rights Officer at Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB)), Rebecca Rennison (Principal Policy Manager for welfare policy at Citizens Advice), Fran Bennett (Associate Fellow, Dept of Social Policy and Intervention, University of Oxford, member of policy advisory group, Women's Budget Group), and Sophie Corlett (Director of External Relations at MIND)
Committees Work and Pensions Committee
Oral Evidence

Written evidence

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  • Address: Work and Pensions Committee | House of Commons | London | SW1A 0AA