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ANOTHER DWP ATROCITY: Hollie needs chemotherapy to treat severe arthritis - but NOT entitled to disability benefits?

Hollie, seven, from New Marske, suffers from a severe form of childhood arthritis :: DWP says her family is entitled to appeal the decision

The mum of a brave little girl who needs chemotherapy to treat severe childhood arthritis has told how her daughter doesn’t qualify for disability allowance. 547 more words

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Advisor says 30 local claimants with terminal cancer had PIP rejections overturned

A welfare rights advisor has described how at least 30 local benefit claimants with terminal cancer have had their claims rejected in the last year, with every one of the decisions later overturned by an appeal tribunal. 949 more words

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MP's anger over red-tape appeals limbo for disabled people

Disabled Scots who lose out on essential vehicles are having to wait up to five months for appeal verdicts. 

DISABLED Scots who lose out on key vehicles or payments are having to wait nearly five months for their appeals against the decisions to be heard. 547 more words

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(g) OctaTimbre/ Pip, Pip Hooray! (10.19)

Pip, Pip Hooray!
(OctaTimbre in syllables)

Everyone is getting into
Leaving painted rocks around town
Some have inspirational words
Thoughtful little pick me ups to… 160 more words

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Coming Up

This week and next week we will be working on the /ai/ digraph as in ‘rain’ and ‘pain’.

We have also introduced the + and = symbols in Maths and we are working on basic addition sums. 214 more words

Coming Up

#PIPstories: I have bipolar pychosis - all questions were on PHYSICAL health

Today, MPs are discussing Labour’s motion to pause the roll-out of the government’s disastrous ‘Universal Credit’ (UC) benefits system, which the government is pushing ahead with in spite of huge damage to vulnerable people and calls from every relevant organisation to stop it – or at least put it on hold while ways are found to reduce the harm it causes. 417 more words

#PIPstories: terminally-ill brother, sister-in-law can't breathe but must work

Today, MPs are discussing Labour’s motion to pause the roll-out of the government’s disastrous ‘Universal Credit’ (UC) benefits system, which the government is pushing ahead with in spite of huge damage to vulnerable people and calls from every relevant organisation to stop it – or at least put it on hold while ways are found to reduce the harm it causes. 477 more words