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I have been reading the mandatory papers again and what the ftf Atos health assessor had wrote about me it's shocking the lies she has about me .I don't know if it should have been done a complaint to atos befor sending the papers for tribunal my paperwork had to b at court Dec 14 2017 I am shocked at her report also I sent my doctors letter and the latest support workers appoint she will b coming to the tribunal with me from doing this any hospital appointments that I have to attend after Dec 14 and up to whenever I go do I take the letters to court eg C O P D app. Scan . I am unsure even though I'm reading lots of other peoples posts . One last question when I received my D l A indefinite should those papers b included in appeal I'm sorry been.a pest but I cannot take Al in thank you for any help any one can give me thanyou all
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