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Updated at 13.31 by Catblack

PIP - slow cooker as an aid?

I would be exploring the “reasonable timescale” part of the activity as well. If a meal for one from fresh ingredients is required and she is only able to use…

Updated at 13.23 by Daphne

Unison v Lord Chancellor to be heard in Supreme Court 27/3/17

Stay on claims and applications to Employment Tribunal following judgment has been lifted - https://www.judiciary.gov.uk/wp-content/uploads/2015/03/case-management-order-no-131-president-employment-tribunals-e-and-w-re-unison-2-20170818.pdf https://www.judiciary.gov.uk…

Updated at 13.16 by Mr Finch

Reasons we need Implicit Consent or Signed Consent in Full…

It seems informative to me that the DWP focus is very much on telling people information and not at all on listening to it.


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