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DWPDrinking Water Program
DWPDrinking Water Protection
DWPDynamic Web Page
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DWPDislocated Worker Program (various locations)
DWPDynamic Weapon Pricing (gamin, Counter-Strike: Source)
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DWPDirect Written Premium (insurance)
DWPDritte Welt Partner (German: Third World Partners)
DWPDismissed With Prejudice
DWPDiscussed with Patient (medical shorthand)
DWPDepartment of Water & Power
DWPDynamic Web Page (Big Planet product)
DWPDemocratic Workers Party
DWPDominant Wave Period (weather)
DWPDigital Wave-Processing Experiment (Cluster spacecraft)
DWPDrop Wire Parallel (cable)
DWPDraft Working Paper
DWPDetailed Work Plan
DWPDaisy Wheel Printer
DWPData Warehousing Process (industry standard)
DWPDelphi WDOSX Project
DWPDriving While Phoning
DWPDynamic Wavelength Provisioning
DWPDishwasher Panel
DWPDetroit Wireless Project (Michigan)
DWPDeutsche WertpapierServiceBank
DWPDivision of Water and Power
DWPDutch Web Promotion (Netherlands)
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The gaffe comes weeks after DWP ministers U-turned and indicated there could be a link between Universal Credit and 'survival sex.'.
She's been supported by her MP, Dr Paul Williams, who has questioned the Prime Minister about the case in Parliament and she has met with senior DWP officials on Teesside.
The 'parasitic' fraudsters split the money, but claimants then discover it is only an advance loan, which has to be paid back to the DWP in full.
"I'm pleased the DWP have confirmed they are committed to having a replacement base nearby and I hope I can assist them in finding new accommodation as soon as possible."
Mark Russell with his son Reece Cameron, aged 10, who was left unable to go to school when the DWP cut his benefits
I don't grudge anyone a bonus for good productive working, however the DWP have it all wrong."
DWP Permanent Secretary Peter Schofield, who was also grilled by MPs, admitted: "We should have got ahead of the curve."
An inquest into the 81-yearold grandmother's death revealed the Department for Work & Pensions (DWP) had mistakenly stopped her pension, leaving her with just PS5 in her bank.
The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) claimed to have corrected the underlying problem, but in February was forced to admit that 30,000 extra cases had been identified - despite new guidance being issued.
The Birkenhead MP said DWP was now headed for another billion pound scandal as staff continued to wrongly refuse disabled people the support they need.