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It is generally advised that if you fail to get enough points on the descriptors for pip and go for an mr and then a tribunal, whatever you do, don't mention the LIES.
This is not taken into consideration by the hearing and will be looked at unfavourably. Although probably sound advise given by persons more qualified than me it does seem scandalous. The whole claiming procedure is hoops and jumps for the claimant, including productivity bonuses for quick assessments by the atos/capita/whoever money machines. Surely the tribunal courts themselves should report the suspect percentages of overruled cases taking up precious resources within the dwp finances, seemingly down to poor assessments.
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