Statistics on benefit sanctions and refusals, not appealed by the claiments

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Dear Department for Work and Pensions,
Do you have statistics on how many people apply for benefits, are then refused, and do not appeal?

Secondly how many people fail the WCA and then do not appeal?

Thirdly, the number of claimants who are sanctioned, and then do not appeal?

Yours faithfully,

Ima Mum

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