Benefit chiefs have identified the “most normal” place in Britain: Sutton in south London.

MPs were told it was chosen as the best place to test the Universal Credit service as it has such an average population.

Neil Couling of the Department for Work and Pensions was defending the slow pace of implementation of the system.

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