Proof Chris Grayling lied on channel 4 about voluntary Work Programme

DWP Rewrite History – Mandatory Work Disappears from the Work
Programme Provider’s Guidance
Posted on February 24, 2012 by johnny void

It’s rare that something comes along which can be described as truly Orwellian, but this government hasn’t
disappointed. The sheer desperation of Chris Grayling can be revealed in this document, which is the providers
guidance for the Work Programme workfare scheme. As mentioned recently, this document contains the
pronouncement that:
“Where you are providing support for JSA participants, which is work experience you must mandate participants
to this activity. This is to avoid the National Minimum Wage Regulations, which will apply if JSA participants are
not mandated.”
Which can be seen in this screenshot:

Unfortunately for the DWP this is from google cache, something their no doubt highly skilled IT professionals
presumably haven’t heard of. It can be viewed here.
Unfortunately it can no longer be viewed on the DWP’s website, as that particular phrase, which proves Chris
Grayling was lying when he claimed there was no mandatory workfare in the Work Programme, appears to have
Truly desperate stuff from a truly desperate government. Not content with lying through their teeth about
workfare, it now seems that Chris Grayling and Iain Duncan Smith are attempting to rewrite government
documents to cover up their fibs.

Perhaps the DWP got hacked by the Socialist Worker Party along with Grayling’s email account.

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