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Have YOU ever "INVITED" ATOS/DWP INVESTIGATORS to your HOSPITAL or DOCTORS Appointment??? Nor have I!!

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Dear Department for Work and Pensions,
Under the FOI act; Supply ALL relevant papers & guidelines that you hold , relating to the questions below.

1) Please CONFIRM that DWP/ ATOS or any third party. DO have the juridstriction , to "BREACH" Equality & Human Rights & Privacy Laws , of claimants. Supply relevant papers.

2) Please can you explain /justify why ;
If a claimant whose medical records , as well as the scar on their back. Clearly CONFIRM that they have a spinal injury / nerve damage , chronic pain etc.etc...
And because of DWP policy . Claimant has NEVER , nor ever likely to , RECEIVE any MOBILITY allowance on PIP.
That you found it necessary after two & a half years later. BEFORE the claimant was FINALLY due to have a TRIBUNAL HEARING.
DWP instructed ATOS to send an investigator, to attend one of the claimants hospital appointments? Report shows that she signed as a NURSE?

3) Are some of DWP/ATOS investigators POSING as, or ARE they nurses, doctors or medical students?
4) What assurances are there to make sure that investigators are PROPERLY QUALIFIED , have NO CRIMINAL background & are INSURED?
(Information may be required if a claim is made)

5) Confirm whether they can only OBSERVE from a waiting room , or indeed INSIDE a clinical room with claimant?

6) Is there a need to obtain claimants authorisation/signature first , or the need to inform them?

Yours faithfully,

taryn taylor

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Dear taryn taylor,

I am writing in response to your request for information, received 24th
February.

Yours sincerely,

DWP Central FoI Team

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