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Entitlements Determined by Racists

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Dear Department for Work and Pensions,

I have experienced considerable difficulties securing unemployment entitlement. Although born here in the UK, I am not white. Those responsible, I'm guessing racist Job Centre staff, not satisfied with denying me entitlement, also refused to allow me to sign for National Insurance stamps. The situation was never resolved and I've been menaced in response to complaints and protests.

In such circumstances, where entitlements are determined by racists, kindly identify the literature authored by the dwp (or other office) dealing with the same. Titles of the documents would suffice

Yours faithfully,
db

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Dear db,

I am writing in response to your request for information, received 12 May.

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DWP Operations FOI Team

Dear DWP freedom-of-information-requests,

Many thanks for your message.

Im not comfortable identifying myself; I would feel vulnerable doing so. Hope you understand. Kindly refer this to your your legal team: they'd be able to clarify your obligations given that my query is sensitive.

Regards,
db

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