Dear Department for Work and Pensions,
I request information on the exact amount of Freedom of Information requests that you have failed to respond too since 2017? You will be aware that I have made a request detailing extact numbers of ex British Service men and women who were injured during their service, and have been refused PIP, under government welfare reforms. You have refused to respond so far, despite the obvious legislation and I would like to know if this is something your department frequently fails to do?

Yours faithfully,

Barry Donnan.

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Dear Mr Donnan,

Please see the DWP's response to your FoI request below.

Kind regards

Central FoI Team

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