The Exaro site has just reported that the Public Accounts Committee won't be including the evidence from whistle-blowers when they publish the report into the welfare-to-work programme tomorrow. You'll remember that the committee heard evidence from several whistle blowers in May. One of them, Eddie Hutchinson, had his evidence leaked, and pretty damning it was. But the PAC wanted to publish the rest of it and won't now because the people concerned have made last-minute requests to block it. This was the evidence about A4e and Working Links. It's a pity, but it shows the fear felt by people who go public in this industry.
We'll have a good look at the report when it comes out.