Sue Marsh in her Diary of a Benefit Scrounger reports that “Today, Atos start the long journey of rehabilitating their decimated public reputation, by finally telling their side of the story on – wait for it – BBC news no less!” Her full blog is here. They were only doing their jobs! Err?
This comes at the same time as a report from the most senior judge dealing with benefits tribunals who suggests that the WCA process has virtually collapsed, Universal Credit is dead, and the DWP is overturning more than half of its own decisions in relation to some benefits.
None of this relates directly to PIP, but then it also has problems.