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Wednesday, 31 January 2018

Hundreds Of Thousands May Get PIP Increase As 1.6 Million Claims Looked At Again

In this newsletter we celebrate the decision of the DWP to admit defeat in their battle to discriminate against PIP mobility claimants with mental health conditions. We also look at what the decision to review 1.6 million PIP awards, as a result of the DWP climbdown, might mean in practice. We highlight a consultation taking place on extending blue badges to more claimants with mental health conditions. It’s the result of another victory in the courts for claimants. Plus we reveal that massive misery of universal credit is set to save the DWP just 2% compared to leaving things as they were.

Hundreds Of Thousands May Get PIP Increase As 1.6 Million Claims Looked At Again

Wednesday, 17 January 2018

Weston-Super-Mare Model Railway Show 2018



There is something to learn at every model railway exhibition and the Weston-Super-Mare Model Railway show on Sunday, 14 January 2018 was no exception.

In Porthkeres the port is as important as the railway, so I find layouts with water to be of interest. Above are a couple of images of Red Hook Bay. The gorgeous paddle boat seems to be a relatively recent addition. I was particularly impressed by the realistic modelling of the water. (Not sure I believe mermaids are real though!)

Also of interest at this show were Moose Creek and Avyn-A-Llyin.

PIP Mobility For Mental Health Update, McVey Returns, Bogus Tip-Offs

In this newsletter we look at the victories scored by claimants with mental health conditions trying to claim PIP mobility. We also advise on what you should consider if you may be affected. We bemoan the unwelcome return and promotion of Esther McVey. We also look at bogus benefits fraud tip-offs and reveal that Atos fully support the idea of recording PIP assessments.

PIP Mobility For Mental Health Update, McVey Returns, Bogus Tip-Offs

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