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Minister for Inhumane Services: Alan Tudge offers no answers on Centrelink scare tactics

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People on the North-West Coast have been terrorised by Taskforce Integrity, the Centrelink partnership with Australian Federal Police.

Letters and text messages sent to welfare recipients have terrified and confused many Tasmania Talks listeners.

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Image: A copy of the letter being sent by the Integrity Taskforce

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Image: A screenshot of a text message received from Centrelink

Today, Brian Carlton takes on Human Services Minister Alan Tudge over the issue.

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