When it’s ‘welfare control measures’, silly.
Fiaro Myles writes:
And all it took was pointing out that, er, welfare fraud prevention did not in fact lead to €645m in savings last year.
Best guess it was more like €26m (see here, here, here and ah sher, since it was the source for the original article, here). Fair play to the IT for correcting it, but I wonder why they got it wrong in the first place?
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