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13 September 2019,
10 September 2019,
Following Amber Rudd's resignation from the Cabinet over the Prime Minister's plans for a 'no deal' Brexit, a hardline figure has been handed her job at the Department for Work and Pensions.
4 September 2019,
The fatal flaw in the Prime Minister's plans to create 100 new 'no deal' Brexit-supporting peers.
EXCLUSIVE Parliament’s Financial Watchdog Launches Investigation into Boris Johnson’s No Deal Brexit
20 August 2019,
"Lessons can still be learned from the previous period of 'no deal' planning, where in some cases rushed decisions meant taxpayers’ money was not spent well," says National Audit Office.
Brits Seeking to Live and Work in Europe after No Deal’Brexit will be Left in ‘Purgatory’ as Member States Plan to Tighten Up Laws
14 August 2019,
David Hencke's analysis of the restrictive measures being drawn up by European countries and EU member states on the post-Brexit fate of British nationals seeking to make their lives there.
7 August 2019,
David Hencke speculates on Prime Minister Boris Johnson's limited options as he tries to keep hold of power in the face of a disorderly Brexit and a rebellious Parliament.
EXCLUSIVE Thousands of British Citizens Living in EU would have to Re-take Driving Tests in ‘No Deal’ Brexit Chaos, says Government
26 July 2019,
New guidance published by the Department for Transport reveals the upheaval a 'no deal' Brexit will cause for those looking to drive in EU countries.
22 July 2019,
£1.46 billion has been paid out in tax credits erroneously as civil servants are tasked with dealing with Brexit matters, according to the National Audit Office.
16 July 2019,
10 July 2019,
A report by the Public Accounts Committee reveals that time is running out for the Transport Secretary to re-order contracts to bring in supplies if the Hallowe'en Brexit deadline is met.
BREAKING Civil Servants Enjoy Bumper Bonuses while Government Watchdog Slams ‘Errors’ which Punish the Poorest
8 July 2019,
Both overpayments and underpayments by the Department of Work and Pensions have soared to unprecedented levels according to the National Audit Office
EXCLUSIVE A Department in Disarray: The Secret Memos Revealing the Truth Behind the ‘Back to 60’ Pensions Scandal
1 July 2019,
Documents from the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) tell a tale of a ministry not fit to handle informing millions of women born in the 1950s that they would lose their pensions and complacent politicians unwilling to take action.
26 June 2019,
Part Two of David Hencke’s investigation into the human and financial cost of MP Chris Grayling’s long list of now infamous blunders – in his current position as Transport Secretary.
20 June 2019,
David Hencke digs into new research published by the Department for Work and Pensions on the cost of compensating millions of women who lost out on pensions when the state pension age was raised from 60 to 66.
EXCLUSIVE Charity Watchdog to Condemn Oxfam Over Haiti Sexual Exploitation – But Ignore Global Sexual Abuse of Refugees and Aid Workers
10 June 2019,
A report by the Charity Commission will single out Oxfam's failures on sexual exploitation, while brushing aside the much bigger scale of the problem.
6 June 2019,
David Hencke reports from the extraordinary second and final day of a judicial review over the government's decision to remove the pension rights of the #BackTo60 women born in the 1950s.
EXCLUSIVE ‘An Abuse of Power’: Court Hears Government Knew Millions of Women were Being Robbed of their Pensions
5 June 2019,
A judicial review is told that millions of women born in the 50s were kept in the dark about losing pension rights.
3 June 2019,
David Hencke on a key legal case challenging the government's persistent discrimination against women with changes in the pension age.
3 June 2019,
Part One of David Hencke's investigation into the human and financial cost of MP Chris Grayling’s long list of now infamous blunders: first his time as Employment Minister and then Justice Secretary.
15 May 2019,
Our Inside Whitehall correspondent David Hencke returns from a global tour with some short but shocking observations on climate change, Brexit and the rise of China.
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