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Have I added too much evidence for my PIP application?
Please, can anyone help me. I am just filling in my application for PIP (swopping over from DLA). My question is, I have attached a very large wad of letters and paperwork to help with my claim, at the back of the form. However, on a different site today, someone said that you should not add too much, making it like they have to try to read through it like war and peace. So now I am wondering what I should get rid of. I know you won't be aware of what I have added, but I felt it was all relevant in letting them know all about me. Please, can anyone advise me?
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