Sunday, 19 January 2014

Language services to be cut


Plans drawn up by Iain Duncan Smith to stop printing welfare paperwork in foreign languages and prevent claimants using taxpayer-funded translators at benefits offices have been delayed after a behind-the-scenes dispute between the Coalition partners. The plans were expected to be announced tomorrow. Latest figures show the DWP spends £5m on language services a year.

The Mail on Sunday, Page: 1, 6-7

No comments:

Post a Comment