A fine problem for the DWP’s contractor


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The Londoner has been told that government contractor Atos was fined £30 million for errors in its welfare tests on disabled people. The IT company — which the Department of Work and Pensions put in charge of deciding which people on benefits were well enough to work — had its contract unceremoniously cancelled a year early this March, following a campaign spearheaded by Paralympian Dame Tanni Grey-Thompson.

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