ESA Sanctions Regime Virtually Abandoned, But UC Sanctions Remain — Same Difference

With many thanks to Benefits And Work. The sanctions regime for employment and support allowance (ESA) has been almost completely abandoned by the DWP, but sanctions for universal credit remain high the latest government figures reveal. For ESA, sanction rates were at their highest in April 2014 when 5,565 claimants were sanctioned, representing 1.04% of […]

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