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    Ok the simple question first. Presumably with...

    Ok the simple question first.

    Presumably with that much backpay then you now have the Severe Disability Premium added to your ESA.

    Which means that you can't claim UC even if you wanted to. The...
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    Well being proffessional advisors the folks on...

    Well being proffessional advisors the folks on rightsnet should know what works and what doesn't.

    And they see thousands of cases to try new approaches now and again when things aren't working.
    ...
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    They are UC, they are not bothered about what is...

    They are UC, they are not bothered about what is going on with any previous ESA claim/appeal. (Unless the appeal result changes your UC group).

    You are on UC now not ESA, so are bound by UC rules...
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    We looked at a similar question recently. You...

    We looked at a similar question recently.

    You are allowed to have one learner driver as a 'named' driver for Motability as a 'secondary' driver the learner must be over 21.
    Obviously they must be...
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    Good to hear that you eventually got your home...

    Good to hear that you eventually got your home assessment.

    Do you think it was mentioning the Equality Act that swung it, or was it the intervention by your MP's office?
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    No criminal record, it's a 'Civil Penalty' not a...

    No criminal record, it's a 'Civil Penalty' not a 'Criminal' one.
    The DWP can't impose criminal penalties only criminal courts can do that, even in benefit fraud cases they have to ask the court to...
  7. Yes, put the blame where it's due. It's...

    Yes, put the blame where it's due.

    It's government funding of licences for over 75's that has been withdrawn.

    However the BBC's claim that continuing to give over 75's free TV licenses will...
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    You can request that they do it without you...

    You can request that they do it without you attending, there is a section on the appeal application you can tick "I want my appeal decided on the papers".

    But the judge may want to see you anyway,...
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    Sorry, Yes I do know what it is, but it just...

    Sorry, Yes I do know what it is, but it just conjured up a vision:

    "This is a brick, this is the mortar in between, here's a gatepost". 2092

    Hopefully you can see that attachment, they don't...
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    Although they say that they want you to get back...

    Although they say that they want you to get back into work, and most work done under the ESA exempt work rules is know to be self employed, they do seem to make it over complicated and put...
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    You should realy start your own thread to ask...

    You should realy start your own thread to ask your own question, rather than jumping on 'hijacking' someone elses.

    I believe that they are correct that the claims cannot be linked. But it doesn't...
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    It can be tricky doing exempt (Permitted) work if...

    It can be tricky doing exempt (Permitted) work if you earnings/hours vary.

    For any week(s) when you earned above the limit then ESA is not payable, hence the overpayment.
    The earnings limit is...
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    You do not have to be a Motability customer to...

    You do not have to be a Motability customer to apply for one of their charitable grants.
    It says on their grants webpage:
    https://www.motability.org.uk/grants/charitable-grants-available/

    So...
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    The assessor will have nothing from any previous...

    The assessor will have nothing from any previous assessments or decisions.

    The only thing the assessor will know is that this is a reassessment and not a first time assessment, so they will know...
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    When you say 'hearing' do you mean an assessment...

    When you say 'hearing' do you mean an assessment or an appeal court tribinal?
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    Figures published just this morning show that...

    Figures published just this morning show that currently (well last December) for a First Time ESA assessment it is taking on average:

    1 week for the DWP to refer you to the assessors.
    9 weeks for...
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    The DWP didn't start reviewing any cases until...

    The DWP didn't start reviewing any cases until 25th June 2018. (The government were prevaricating about whether to appeal the JR).

    There are around 1.6 million cases to review, it's going to take...
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    Thanks, I think I understand that now. It...

    Thanks, I think I understand that now.

    It would be a helpful/clearer if you could tell us:
    When did you first apply for ESA, and when was the decision made refusing ESA that you had to appeal?
    ...
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    What was the tribunal about? Was it about the...

    What was the tribunal about?

    Was it about the wages/wage slips? Or was it about something else?
    It will make a difference to what may be happening now.

    Presumably we are talking about...
  20. Further to this I came across this case study in...

    Further to this I came across this case study in an online handbook for welfare advisors which deals with a similar situation.
    In this case the claimant couldn't supply a GP letter supporting a Home...
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    Sorry I seem to have missed this earlier. As...

    Sorry I seem to have missed this earlier.


    As you say the law prevents her from making a Universal Credit claim for one moth after losing her SDP.

    However because she had the SDP in the...
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    10 weeks is a long time for a decision. It...

    10 weeks is a long time for a decision.

    It could be that they have sent the assessors report back for rework, or the DM may have requested more evidence from you GP/specialist?
    Or maybe they have...
  23. I believe that it's so they can't be accused of...

    I believe that it's so they can't be accused of "Abandoning those with disabilities".

    Just lets them put a tick in a box and then "abandon" you for another few years.

    It's their own fault for...
  24. They are never quite happy until you have had a...

    They are never quite happy until you have had a WCA under UC so that it can be noted on the system. (It makes their files 'untidy' if you haven't).

    At least they correctly added the LCWRA without...
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    That might be interesting if you could upload it....

    That might be interesting if you could upload it.

    Unfortunately the uploads here (even just photos) take a long time to be accessible for other users to view.
    I think it's slightly better for...
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