Maladministration and DWP

The definition of maladministration is wide and can include:

The definition of maladministration is wide and can include:

  • Delay
  • Incorrect action or failure to take any action
  • Failure to follow procedures or the law
  • Failure to provide information
  • Inadequate record-keeping
  • Failure to investigate
  • Failure to reply
  • Misleading or inaccurate statements
  • Inadequate liaison
  • Inadequate consultation
  • Broken promises

My blog on this website shows continuous repeated maladministration shown by public organisations and government departments (DWP).

For example, my forthcoming blog will show:

Several years whereby DWP refused to pay any form of financial help / benefits.
Lies told by different departments in DWP and coverups.
Repeated discrimination.

DWP being reminded on several occasions that they should not contact me via phone, reminded under different data legislations, equality act and protection from harassment act.  Despte these reminders, DWP persisted to contact me via phone.

DWP have literally laughed at my complaint and have even told me that I should go to court if I want my rights upheld. Evidence of them laughing was gleaned from internal staff notes.

As I have been told I must go to court, then I have done so.  In doing so, I am now faced with approximately £5,000 in court costs due to errors in my claim forms.

This website will be updated after the conclusion of court cases VS DWP and will include the entirety of court paperwork to include several repeated letter before action that the DWP, their legal team and Government Legal Department has ignored.  (The Government Legal Department do not accept that their non adherence to CPR pre-action protocol has had any bearing on my costs order, I disagree, had they bothered to reply, or reply to my reminders that they should reply, or reply to a copy of the claim form sent to them a few weeks prior to sending to court, it would be highly unlikely I would receive costs.