Teenager killed himself hours after Wonga cleared out his bank account

So I presume that every time that someone has died through welfare reform, the coroner concerned will have sent a ‘section 28 report’ to the DWP, because ‘Coroners have a duty to send such reports to individuals or organisations, if they find – during an inquest – that evidence has revealed “matters giving rise to concern”, and that “there is a risk that future deaths will occur unless action is taken”.?

No? If not, why not?


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