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Welfare Reforms

Asked whether the PM and Cabinet Secretary were completely happy with the direction of Universal Credit welfare reforms, the PMS said that Universal Credit was on track and on budget. It would simplify the welfare system and ensure that work paid. This was a complicated project and would be managed according.

Asked whether the PM was 100% committed to the reforms, the PMS said that Universal Credit was a key part of our reform of the welfare system and we were fully committed to it.

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