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08 October, 2019

Welfare rights

DWP proactively seeking further evidence at mandatory reconsideration stage in all PIP and WCA cases
Charities call for first payment of universal credit to be paid before claimants are required to agree claimant commitment
DWP allocates additional funding for universal credit home visiting service
Holistic assessment should be made of claimant’s ability to plan and follow a journey on foot, driving and using public transport
Tribunal failed to give adequate reasons for finding that daily attention of more than one and a half hours did not amount to attention for a ‘significant portion of the day’


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