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Jonathan77 Community member Posts: 32 Connected
I've just this week heard that my pip review has been completed and I have been awarded enhanced rate for both daily living and mobility?  I am waiting for a date for a medical assessment for universal credit has anybody had any dealings with this I spoke with somebody at universal Credit helpline who seemed to think that I could still be put in the work category even though I am disabled and unable to work anybody's feedback would be much appreciated thank you so much



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