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    Ah I see the confusion, PIP is a benefit that...

    Ah I see the confusion,

    PIP is a benefit that is not Income Related, and it is not dependent on your NI contributions.
    It's outside of both of those rules. (as are DLA and AA, and to a certain...
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    New job (unpaid)

    Things happen all at once.

    I've been offered two forum moderation jobs today.

    Members here who mod elsewhere know that such offers are like hens teeth.
    To get one is rare, to get two...
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    That sounds like some of those letters may have...

    That sounds like some of those letters may have got crossed up, they don't quite tally.

    Fair enough they can stop the IR part, and take some back for overpayment.

    But they can't suddenly claim...
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    It's 13 weeks with PIP for a temporary absence...

    It's 13 weeks with PIP for a temporary absence abroad.
    Or 26 weeks if you are going for medical treatment.

    If you move abroad permenantly then you can still get PIP daily living but not mobility....
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    Yes, new certificate is in place, now expires 20...

    Yes, new certificate is in place, now expires 20 July 2020.
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    In an interesting development this legislation...

    In an interesting development this legislation has been quietly enacted last week. (Just days before Parliament goes into recess).
    http://www.legislation.gov.uk/uksi/2019/1135/made

    It brings into...
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    It's still not been renewed, I've emailed...

    It's still not been renewed, I've emailed Youreable admin.

    Of course it could be set to auto-renew and it's a glitch at Starfield?
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    At least it should keep the spammers off this...

    At least it should keep the spammers off this weekend. :p
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    They will have been getting reminders from their...

    They will have been getting reminders from their domain provider for at least a month, but if nobody reads them or knows what the SSL is?

    I get yearly reminders from my domain provider that I...
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    Be very, very, careful about doing that, or...

    Be very, very, careful about doing that, or indeed any major spending.
    In your current situation I would not even consider it.

    Unless you can show (prove) that you now suddenly need a car then it...
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    Now I'm on my laptop I can check a bit more and...

    Now I'm on my laptop I can check a bit more and it is just a certificate expiry.

    The certificate expired yesterday, 20/07/2019, and they will need to renew it which probably won't be done until...
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    Just tried leaving the site and coming back, that...

    Just tried leaving the site and coming back, that was no problem.

    But if you close the browser and then reopem it it throws the block again.

    You should be given an option to make the site a...
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    Just got blocked by Firefox. It's not a big...

    Just got blocked by Firefox.

    It's not a big deal and you do see it quite a bit with moderm browsers.

    Websites have to renew (pay) for a new Site Security Licence now and again.

    Whoever is...
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    I agree, there is no point in appealing when you...

    I agree, there is no point in appealing when you already have the best that you can get.

    As noisynoodle says the court would probably not even accept an appeal because it would not, could not,...
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    Just to complete things about the IR Disability...

    Just to complete things about the IR Disability premiums.

    When/if your savings drop below £16,000 again (by 'reasonable' spending) then you can ask for the Income Related Disability Premiums to be...
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    OUCH indeed, I take that answer to mean that...

    OUCH indeed,

    I take that answer to mean that your savings are 'just over' £16,000?
    If that is the case then it's worse than just a deduction.

    If you have savings/capital of over £16k then no...
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    Another six overnight, all from one username. ...

    Another six overnight, all from one username.

    Shame, I thought the tips and settings I had given them were working to send (most of) the spam to moderation automatically.
  18. Thanks for that Fred, The mixed age thing like...

    Thanks for that Fred,

    The mixed age thing like you say has the potential to be a disaster for many.

    The legislation looks to have been poorly thought out (and poorly writen).
    A lot of benefit...
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    There was a pile yesterday all from the same...

    There was a pile yesterday all from the same username, which are still there, but I've not seen any today. (Yet).
  20. Thread: CHDA problems

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    Good news. Just shows that they didn't need to...

    Good news.

    Just shows that they didn't need to see you in the first place, and are simply being awkward about calling people in.

    It also shows just how effective mentioning/invoking the...
  21. From what I can see the providers have a lot more...

    From what I can see the providers have a lot more leeway with WHP than they did with the WP.

    They can set up their own local schemes and training/work experience within pretty broad guidlines.
    ...
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    You give permission when you sign the ESA50, it's...

    You give permission when you sign the ESA50, it's in the declaration on page 22 of the ESA50. (Bottom of the first column and top of the second).



    If you want to withold permission then you...
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    Whilst you could call metres/yards baloney...

    Whilst you could call metres/yards baloney nitpicking, it's still a nonsensical justification - and they have shot themselves in the foot.

    To start with they have got their calculation totally the...
  24. To start with the Health and Work Programme is...

    To start with the Health and Work Programme is not mandatory unless you have been a 'long-term jobseeker' for over 24 months.

    With UC that means that you must be in the 'All work-related...
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    Not to worry, it does look like you will have to...

    Not to worry, it does look like you will have to pay some back.

    But it also looks as if they owe you some, because you haven't been claiming everything that you can.

    To start with the NI...
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