I can't see, if they have nothing to hide, why all assessments aren't recorded as a norm by them and a copy given to the client.
Surely after so many reports of bad reporting, mixups, inconsistencies and lies, which they of course deny, it would be in their interests to do so?
In reply to an MPs written question, Penny Mordaunt said recording assessments was being considered. Also the Gray report mentioned it and even suggested that this should be the norm with the option for claimants to "opt-out" (choose not to be recorded).
We all know it's not that expensive.
But the contractors would want to charge at least a couple of quid (and extras) for each recording.
Times that by millions of assessments.
And of course, the evidence is not in their favour.
I would like to see them Video recorded too, as they still tell fibs about their findings from their observations as well as from the very rudimentary,or somewhat unrecognised practices used by them in aka clinical assessments they sometimes carry out