DWP consultation on extensive sharing of Universal Credit recipients:ends 12th January

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Sat Jan 10 12:49:59 GMT 2015

I would note the paper says social landlords, which is a specific class of landlord covering publicly owned and let properties and housing associations, not landlords as private individuals.

Dj Walker-Morgan

> On 10 Jan 2015, at 08:38, Mary Hawking <maryhawking at tigers.demon.co.uk> wrote:
> Is the DWP allowed - under DPA or other legislation - to share personal (and
> sensitive) information about with many organisations including landlords?
> I don't know how this escaped me - and a lot of others.
> https://www.gov.uk/government/consultations/universal-credit-data-sharing-be
> tween-dwp-and-local-support-providers 
> Refusal might affect benefits.
> Consultation started 2nd December & ends 12th January: is it significant
> that it is held over the Christmas/New Year period?
> Mary Hawking
> Retired from NHS on 31.3.13 because of the Health and Social Care Act 2012
> "thinking - independent thinking - is to humans as swimming is to cats: we
> can do it if we really have to."  Mark Earles on Radio 4
> blog http://maryhawking.wordpress.com/ And Fred! 
> http://primaryhealthinfo.wordpress.com/2014/12/01/can-integrated-care-satisf
> y-all-of-freds-needs-including-patient-empowerment/   
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