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24th March 2016

The government has announced a U-turn on the proposed cuts to Personal Independence Payment (PIP) in the 2016 budget. In the budget set forth by Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne, cuts of £4.4 billion to PIP would have been made by 2020. 303 more words

What if...?

My c-section is in about two weeks and my anxiety levels are pretty high. A few days ago we went in for monitoring, Pip had been a bit quiet and I was starting to panic so we decided it was best to get checked out. 678 more words

Pip Answers the Call

Pip guards the gate, fervently watching for intruders from beyond the tall grass. In the distance, Double Dots calls outs to the flock. His papa, his leader, his mentor. 81 more words


Whats the point of evidence?!

I called the DWP a few weeks back just to get some information on how they based their decision. A couple of interesting things cropped up that some people may not know about. 259 more words

28th May 2016

Today is Dan’s birthday.

It is currently 3:20am.

I am in the library revising for tomorrow morning’s Buyer Behaviour Exam.

I slept for a while this evening while Dan went to Kelsey’s with Connor for Rich’s leaving do. 475 more words

Journal Entries

PIP system crashes again… twice… but DWP still blames ‘technical glitches’ | DisabledGo News and Blog

The computer system used for new personal independence payment (PIP) claims has crashed twice in a week, just days after the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) insisted it was “working as it should”. 149 more words


"He must prepare himself to Die"

Great Expectations is an incredible book that I would have never thought of reading as Charles Dickens is not an author I usually come across to read but I am extremely glad to have read it. 387 more words