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  1. I have found the following for you Alfieob. I'd suggest you write to both the MD & CEO with regards to your situation & hopefully either/both will be able to help you! Hoeseasons information; Managing Director Email [email protected] CEO Email [email protected] Good luck!
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  2. Sabre didn't mean you hadn't thanked ppl for their time, he's not that kind of person: he was, rather, expressing concern that he felt you were not following the advice. In that respect let me add if I may a word. You don't have time to be "on the brink" of registering with noddle. Nor is it to be approached like a walk on a tightrope over a river. I urge you to do it today. And pls don't imagine I know nothing about your illness. In fact I do, but it's irrelevant here. All I need mention is that it's important to act whilst you're in charge. Preferably to contact the advocacy
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  3. The SAR goes to First Direct - the CCA request goes to MKDP You will find draft requests in the CAG library - green library link - top left hand side of the screen
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  4. Then just ask the judge for costs (travelling /prep/day off work)...should the outcome go your way...if he allows it then you issue a bill of wasted costs on the claimant (after trial)...I would be concentrating more on the set a side at this stage rather than costs Isiris Regards Andy
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  5. Why don't we wait and see? She might be a force for good. There are not many 75k jobs around for disabled or that matter those that do not have a disability. I'm sure she will require some adjustments but she's saying loud & clear that disabled people can & do succeed. Sorry but I think it utterly sucks that you have posted on multiple forums & are not giving her a chance
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  6. I would definatly look to get help and to appeal. http://www.disabilityrightsuk.org/ is a useful site there is also a book avalable from there that has all discriptors and law surrounding them.
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  7. Have you looked at the descriptors and seen where you score points? You only need the help 50% of the time, the help has to be reasonable, (ie, you don't have to be receiving the help or want it - it just has to be reasonable for you to be needing it) you have to be able to repeat the task safely, realiably and in a timely manner. A lot of the criteria for PIP is different to DLA.
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