A Department for Work and Pensions minister has said he is 'pleased' that Atos will receive no compensation after it ended its contract with the Government over controversial assessments of whether benefits claimants are fit to work.
Minister "pleased that Atos will not receive a single penny of compensation from the taxpayer for early termination" #esa
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