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    Just one of those odd coincidences that happen...

    Just one of those odd coincidences that happen now and again.

    The place had been shut for ten years and, along with the two buildings adjoining had become an eyesore.
    They are coming down too.
    ...
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    Cheers, I'm on my third pint now, and have...

    Cheers,

    I'm on my third pint now, and have another 7 paid on.
    Maybe not a good idea to have them all today.

    On a more poingent note this afternoon I watched them knocking down the front of the...
  3. How should the DWP involve disabled people in changing how it works?

    The Social Security Advisory Committee (SSAC) is conducting research into how the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) engage with disabled people in formulating policies and processes which affect...
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    It shouldn't be, but the LL will have to check...

    It shouldn't be, but the LL will have to check their policy to make sure.

    Normally a LL will have buildings insurance to cover the structure, and you are responsible for insuring your contents.
    A...
  5. Would you care to reveal who were your 3 major...

    Would you care to reveal who were your 3 major donors last year?
    ie. Just where the majority of your working funds are sourced from.


    I had already found your webpages and a list of 'partners',...
  6. DWP/Government spam? I'm having trouble...

    DWP/Government spam?

    I'm having trouble finding where RIDI gets it's funding from.
    It seems mostly to be the governments 'Disability Confident'.
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    Example of the New Prescription form.

    Here is a link to an example of the new prescription form, wich has a new box for UC and some other changes:

    https://media.nhsbsa.nhs.uk/resources/sample-image-new-fp10-paper-prescription-form
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    Most people who work in the jobcenter will be on...

    Most people who work in the jobcenter will be on UC themselves, many already are.

    The DWP are having to put special measures in place so their co-workers don't have access to their personal...
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    If you are missing your fix of Vivaldi then when...

    If you are missing your fix of Vivaldi then when not get a ringtone for your phone?

    https://ringtonezzz.com/?id=36

    Warning - Using near benefit claimants or advisors may be harmful to your...
  10. I thought dlfteam had already posted that link...

    I thought dlfteam had already posted that link when you first asked? (I remember seeing it, but it must have gone missing for some reason).

    I also found your thread/question on avforum - which...
  11. Thread: need a address

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    It's a generic number for DLA/PIP/AA and is used...

    It's a generic number for DLA/PIP/AA and is used by more than one office address.

    If you've had a letter then the addressof the office to contact should be on it.

    Otherwise you can find the...
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    IMPORTANT UPDATE - Transitional Additions are no...

    IMPORTANT UPDATE - Transitional Additions are no longer stopping on 5th April, a new law has been passed.

    For more details see this:...
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    Transitional Addition is NOT ENDING.

    Good news for anyone who still has an IB-ESA Transitional Addition.

    All IB-ESA TA's were due to end on 5th April 2020.

    But new legislation has been passed to repeal that clause in the original...
  14. Thread: PIP assessment

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    I hope you had your phaser set to stun? (Star...

    I hope you had your phaser set to stun? (Star Trek joke).
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    I recorded it and have not watched it all yet...

    I recorded it and have not watched it all yet (fell asleep), but I did notice 2 incorrect/misleading statements in the first 4 minutes.

    The jobcentre staff there were not at all typical of my...
  16. The problem with anything reusable is that she is...

    The problem with anything reusable is that she is going to have to heat it up somehow, which usually means hot water, microwave, or oven, which can lead to the problems you describe in the first...
  17. You can buy chemical heat patches. Peel the...

    You can buy chemical heat patches.
    Peel the backing off, stick it on your back and it warms up.

    Maybe I've spent too much time moderating elsewhere today - but I suspect that a link to buy such...
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    Well I might watch it after all, this bit may be...

    Well I might watch it after all, this bit may be interesting:
  19. Managed Migration delayed again. Surprise, surprise.

    The Full Roll out of Universal Credit - another way of saying the completion of Managed Migration - is now not expected to be completed until September 2024.
    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-51318730
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    I'm not sure I'll even bother watching it. We...

    I'm not sure I'll even bother watching it.

    We all know these things are scripted, or very selectively edited.

    And with the BBC having problems justifying the licence fee they are not going to...
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    They keep trotting that one out, but nobody can...

    They keep trotting that one out, but nobody can get them to explain what they are actually measuring.
    I suspect that everytime you get that 'All our lines are currently busy' voice (every ten...
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    It's official,...

    It's official,
    https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2020/feb/02/dwp-drops-vivaldis-four-seasons-as-helplines-on-hold-music
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    Historic date today. (not Brexit).

    In case you hadn't noticed todays date is palindromic (reads the same both ways) 02022020

    And it doesn't matter if you use UK (day,month,year) or US (month,day,year) notation either.
    And it even...
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    Apparently UC are still playing Vivaldi to keep...

    Apparently UC are still playing Vivaldi to keep you amused while you wonder if you will get any sense from them.
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    More about filming that documentary from the PCS...

    More about filming that documentary from the PCS unions view:
    https://www.pcs.org.uk/department-for-work-and-pensions/news/bbc-documentary-on-universal-credit

    Basically: Staff didn't have to take...
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