Thank you all, I have printed off the entire thread so someone can sit and look through it with me, so sorry if you've made a valid and true point but i've missed replying to it. I will get there!
I have emailed (early yesterday) my local law centre and asked for help, explaining the situation.
The difficulty i have is that the ENT Consultant wouldnt write me a letter detailing i had tests done, he said if that was the JCPs decision it wasnt up to him to intervene, if they said i was fit for work, then i was *rolls eyes* I have now finished with him as he does not have the expertise to deal with my condition (his words) so am waiting for another appointment to come through with another ENT Consultant who knew about more specific disorders related to the dizziness/vertigo .etc
So all this basically hinges on my GP. If he could confirm i had tests done and what i had wrong with me would this be enough? If i am being honest not making it to the toilet isn't half as debilitating as the loss of balance and rotational vertigo.
Could i use the fact the ATOS assessor decided not to write i advised him i didnt have menieres but possibly SCDS as a change of circumstances to have my claim reassessed? I have absolutely no problem going back for another medical. In fact i'd insist.
I also have a letter from the DVLA revoking my driving license due to the dizziness experienced while driving, a letter from my Landlord saying i had to be rehoused to a property with a wetroom because of my health condition but they were all dated last year, would these make any difference? I originally got them for my DLA tribunal, but was refused DLA because a GP from the last practice wrote there was nothing wrong with me and i was fit and healthy (I am so unlucky with Doctors) The judge advised me to reclaim DLA but get something directly from a Consultant who was treating me - which i havent been able to do.