The Guardian has revealed what is going to be told to the Public Accounts Committe tomorrow (Tuesday). Both A4e and Working Links employed investigators to look into financial discrepancies, and then refused to hold formal enquiries. "A senior figure in A4e's risk and audit department in 2011, claims there was evidence of fraudulent activity in many of the firm's offices. He says that, in two of A4e's offices, staff were caught with company stamps that could be used on paperwork to claim public money for placing people in jobs. Despite a formal investigation, A4e took no action, the witness claims." A4e has responded by saying that "the stamps were only used with the employers' full knowledge and consent, and that a stamp alone could not be used to validate claims." I'd like to know the details of that. But A4e is not going to be invited to the meeting to give evidence themselves, and they are very cross about that. "Wherever we have been given facts to support any previous allegations, we have looked into them and we have not found a single allegation of fraud that stands up." Can we mention their own 2009 internal report?