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Daphne
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I have had one - but that was where the health care professional had actually given enough points for an enhanced award and the decision maker had taken them away…

     
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Daphne - 16 May 2017 05:13 PM

I have had one - but that was where the health care professional had actually given enough points for an enhanced award and the decision maker had taken them away…

i had one where they just added up the points wrong

     
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i also enjoyed the previous dwp quote which said in essence “just because the decision got overturned at appeal that doesnt mean the decision was wrong”....sort of does.

     
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I would be interested to know if there is a KPI for appeal overturn rates and if it’s being hit.

     
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Daphne - 16 May 2017 05:13 PM

I have had one - but that was where the health care professional had actually given enough points for an enhanced award and the decision maker had taken them away…

no sorry Daphne, the correctnesss of the original decision is enough to show you’re wrong…...

     
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Public Law Project have written to DWP seeking clarification on this http:// http://www.publiclawproject.org.uk/resources/257/plp-letter-to-secretary-of-state-for-work-and-pensions

     
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Another blog post on this topic by Henry Brooke: https://sirhenrybrooke.me/2017/05/17/mandatory-reconsiderations-2-muddled-language/