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DWP Decision Maker Refers To Claimant As A ‘Lying B****’ In Appeal Papers

March 21, 2019

With many thanks to Benefits And Work.

A welfare rights worker has posted an extract from a DWP submission to a PIP tribunal in which the decision maker refers to the claimant as a ‘lying bitch’.

The two pages from an appeal submission have been posted by a professional welfare rights worker on the Rightsnet website, where they are a regular contributor.

The extract states that the claimant is able to drive her two children to school and therefore, in the opinion of the decision maker, does not require guidance or supervision.

The submission then goes on to argue that if the claimant’s function was as poor as she claims then “she would not be fit to drive as she would be a severe danger on the road and there is no evidence to suggest that DVLA have been informed of such”.

The decision maker looks at other benefits received by the claimant, arguing that ESA is assessed on different criteria and so not relevant, before turning to carers allowance and stating:

“Although Miss [redacted] has identified a high level of personal restriction, she is entitled to Carer’s. To be entitled to Carer’s Allowance a person must provide at least 35 hours of care to another disabled person each week. In this lying bitches case she is receiving the middle rate carers allowance component for providing day-time supervision to another disabled person. The tribunal may wish to explore this further.”

Quite apart from the vicious expletive, which is utterly unpardonable whatever the explanation, the submission raises other concerns.

Not least the fact that there is no such thing as ‘middle rate carers allowance component’ and you would hope that a decision maker would have at least a beginner’s level of benefits knowledge.

The submission is badly constructed, suggests a large amount of copy and pasting has taken place from standard DWP appeal templates, is grammatically poor and contains basic spelling errors, such as using a foot pedal for “breaking” a car.

It is no surprise that the DWP is currently losing 73% of its PIP appeals if the hate-filled prejudice and ignorance on display here is a reflection of the professionalism of the staff it now employs.

You can read the full thread on the Rightsnet website.

5 Comments leave one →
  1. March 21, 2019 11:50 am

    Reblogged this on sdbast.

  2. Sarah Davis permalink
    March 21, 2019 12:10 pm

    I’ve had many assessments and have never had one where the assessor hasn’t lied in their report. I wonder how they’d react if I used this sort of language about them

    • March 21, 2019 1:04 pm


      Here’s me using the ‘F’ word a couple of times to a DWP criminal nonce… Tho I was talking about it’s Bent Cops refusing to turn up…

      From what it says, it sounds like those subhuman sickos get themselves off on being sworn at by their victims.

  3. March 21, 2019 12:54 pm

    “Not least the fact that there is no such thing as ‘middle rate carers allowance component’”

    So how come BSing Fakers ‘Benefits And Work.’ still haven’t heard of –

    Fraud by false representation –

    Misconduct in Public Office –

    Disability Hate Crime – Criminal Justice Act 2003 (section 146) –
    Increase in sentences for aggravation related to disability –

    or THE POLICE.

    So who is really the Lying Bi*ch?

    From here –

    Scanned photocopy –

    If those FAKERS are not on the DWPs side then what is the NAME of the DWP Hate Criminal Nonce??? Well?

    Posted by –

    forum member
    Welfare Rights Adviser – Peabody Trust

    Peabody Trust EMPLOYS ATOS (kpmg) –

    year ending 31 Mar 2018 –

    Click to access 0000271731_AC_20180331_E_C.pdf

    Page 41 – ‘Auditors – KPMG’
    Page 47 – Blag loads of Government cash.

    Any of those FAKE ‘Advice’ vermin heard of –

    The Bribery Act 2010 –

    Perverting The Course of Justice –


    Assisting an Offender – section 4(1) Criminal Law Act 1967 –

    Concealing an Arrestable Offence: s.5 Criminal Law Act 1967 –

    Serious Crime Act 2007 – Encouraging or Assisting Crime –

    Accessories and Abettors Act 1861 –

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