Us fall resources drag market down with it.“
He added: „The market cannot take the load of dealing with all the red tape and bureaucracy which the government throws its way.“
The Department for Work and Pensions, which will be trying to get the scheme running by September 30, has said the project could take up to two years.
Image copyright PA Image caption 서울 출장 안마The contract will cover 12,000 claimants who can get money if they are in work for less than four months
Under the original plans, many of the claimants would be able to use the scheme to get the money they need to find a job.
The Department for Work and Pensions said it would have to look to „enhance the delivery of the benefits across the whole population“.
Under a government proposal in January, the money to help those who need help would be a lump sum payment, payable to the claimant, rather than a lump sum.
Under the original plan, the money is to be set off against the amount of people who need a job.
A Department of Work and Pensions spokesman said: „We are committed to working with councils and businesses a출장만남nd will continue to push the Government’s plan through, so these will receive these additional funding and the costs to government will be lower.“
‚Battered and abused‘
A coalition of groups including charities said they were worried about the impact of the cuts, as well as about those on benefits and how the new system would affect people who would benefit.
One said: „A large number of people with serious health conditions may lose benefits because of the changes.
„What else is going to happen to people with ment진주안마al health problems?“
In a letter to ministers, the charity Work and Pensions – UK – said there would be „serious loss to the welfare system“ and the impact on those „battered and abused on benefits“.
The group added: „Welfare cuts can create deep insecurity, especially in low-income and minority communities, which will in turn trigger deep divisions and further stigmatise people struggling to support themselves.“
A Department for Work and Pensions spokeswoman said the „fundamental benefits“ of the scheme would not be affected by the funding cuts.
„The Government has pledged to ensure that the benefit system is supported and we are delivering a long-term benefit package that reflects the changes expected to take place as a result of the latest round of budget consolidation, which will deliver much lower benefit inflation.“