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Unless forecasts change between now and tomorrow evening, people across Massachusetts should presume that roads on Tuesday, and possibly Wednesday, will be very hard, if not impossible, to navigate, that power outages are a distinct possibility, and that most forms of public transportation may not be available
From that you might expect Jobcentre officials to become aware of the facts before JSA is stopped so imposing a draconian punishment. Or better still for it to be dealt with by the independent local magistrates who normally fine offenders proportionately
The present procedure by which the Tottenham Jobcentre decides to sanction someone is far from just. The JSA is stopped so it does not appear in the claimants’ accounts. They then go to the jobcentre to ask why not. They are told they have been sanctioned and can appeal. They are without an income until the appeal is over; a hardship payment takes time to process.