Getting home

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Dear Department for Work and Pensions,

I have been asked by my local job centre to attend an appointment after my last bus home. I do not drive or does anybody else in the family, and we rely on public transport.

Can I refuse this appointment as there is no means of getting home, which is in the countryside, and I have numerously told the job centre staff this, and showed them the bus timetable, which they claim cannot read.

Yours faithfully,

a keith

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