Key points from Mr Byrne's speech will include:
- The biggest cost will come from extra job seeker allowance claims because of the slow take-up of the youth contract.
- Current targets will be missed by 92 percent which will cost the Treasury by £457 million.
- Implementing universal credit will cost £300 million, failures by Atos £287 million and work programme £140 million.
- The bedroom tax will cost £102.5 million.
- Rising fraud and error cost the Treasury £140 million.
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