Dec 192017

The outcome of the PIP legal challenge against the changes to who qualifies for Mobility component which will affect people with a MH condition is due to be handed down this week – either tomorrow or Thursday and there are a number of press people interested in reporting on it. However they want to speak to someone who will also be affected therefore I wondered whether any of you feel able to speak to them if needed about your own situation.


If you would be willing to please could you email us at with your contact phone number.


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  4 Responses to “Pip legal challenge – could you speak to the media”

  1. Failed pip assessment on physical and mental health,waiting for date of my appeal ,two and half months still waiting,received dwp reasons for failure .if it was not so serious they are laughable.lies ,lies and then a few more do these assessors sleep……

  2. Hi there I’m a carer for my partner who’s been sectioned in the past he has had in the past lower mobility on Fla and standard mobility on pip xx just been for an assessment and lost mobility xx I’m currently appealing on his behalf with the help of cab xxx the women how did his assessment was a physiotherapist who said in her own words was only doing this to earn some extra dollar for Christmas totally disgutig

  3. Bn through esa appeal ….bullying at the highest level. People with mental health issues harrassed and treat lie criminals.

  4. Just whouching the TV live and pensions community on BBC have not sede one’s about how many have died or killed there selfs cover up Job

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