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Explanation of why dwp broke their rules kicking me off esa

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Dear Department for Work and Pensions,

I would like to know why i was removed from esa without a mental health welfare check being carried out before the decision was made which the dwp should try to do three times before completely stopping my money and leaving me in genuine hardship, in effect breaking your own rules as i am in a support group and even though i have explained this error to several different dwp departments the decision isn't reversed even though dwp know they have broken their own esa rules

Yours faithfully,

John kelly

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John Slater left an annotation ()

John,
The FOIA is not the route for dealing with this as personal information is exempt and only applies to recorded information (in effect the DWP will have to create information to answer you).

You should make a complaint in writing to the DWP immediately and explain that you wish to challenge/appeal the DWP decision. You should also contact your MP as they have a direct telephone line to the DWP to find out what's going on with constituent's claims. You can also try contacting your local CAB to see if they can offer any help.

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