Re: So they've saved £2 billion by putting 18,000 people on the system?
They've saved nothing. That's notional future savings. The real sunk costs have already swallowed more than that.
In a nutshell, we've blown the budget on a busted system, but look at all this lovely pie in the sky.
At what point will Ian Duncan Smith be publicly hung, drawn and quartered for his disastrous mismanagement?