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Now LJ Duut’s DLA For Care Has Been Stopped

October 10, 2014

 

To make things even worse, it looks like she owes them three years of payments.

I have no words.

4 Comments leave one →
  1. rebatchsoapbase permalink
    October 10, 2014 12:33 pm

    Is she OK , I mean how is she surviving while this is sorted Thanks Wendy

    Date: Fri, 10 Oct 2014 11:24:32 +0000 To: wendynogs@hotmail.co.uk

  2. jeffrey davies permalink
    October 10, 2014 1:25 pm

    i wonder christian does he state rtu ids but alass hes more the emersury for that other one but dwp kicking another soul isnt new its beyound anything ive seen throughout my life how they treat the disable sick unemployed today this lot are being ruled by greed and christianity is out the door to punish this woman for being bad whilst also being british isnt right were are those mps who could stand and tell the house this is not on yet they talk in the side rooms abouut it life for the sick disabled unemployed is being abused by those who should now better jeff3

  3. October 10, 2014 1:26 pm

    According to the letter she is receiving a pension in the Netherlands. Th DWP is very quick to stop benefits if they can claim the person is receiving benefits in another EC country. But several EC countries are sueing the UK government because when their Nationals come over here the UK is not giving them the benefits they qualify for. The DWP likes to have its cake and eat it.

  4. October 10, 2014 11:35 pm

    The state pension is not a benefit and therefore nothing to do with the welfare state. Something the DWP seems to confuse all the time.

    The state pension is funded by the ring fenced National Insurance Fund, that has been full for decades, not needing a top up from tax. Nor can the NI Fund be emptied as it is not a tax and cannot be used by government for general expenditure.

    Why I tried for disability and sickness benefits, it was my understanding that the Disability Living Allowance could be claimed for as well as ESA (support component), as one was disability and one was the benefit that superceded Long Term Sickness Benefit (which the government stopped reimbursing firms for long term sick – over 4 weeks – since April).

    But I was told that the mobility component had been abolished.

    Strange?

    But if this lady is receiving a pension from the Netherlands, then why is this lady who has an address in England, not receiving the UK basic state pension, or the UK 60 per cent state pension from her husband’s NI contributions?

    Women lost all state pension born from 1953 from the Pension Bill 2014
    as do the poorest workers including men born from 1951
    https://you.38degrees.org.uk/petitions/state-pension-at-60-now

    This will also effect expats in Europe who are yet to receive their state pension after working in the UK.

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