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Hi, my name is aantoniou!
Hello everyone. I decided to join the forum as I have been reading about your experiences with PIP and ESA assessments, and I am in disbelief that assessors are getting away with their blatant discriminatory and unethical behaviour. I have experienced it through my mum, and in the recent assessment when my mum said she had little appetite to eat, the assessor in her report stated she did not look undernourished ( my mum barely eats and struggles to lose weight due to her health condition). The fact that there is only one report from the assessor , its clearly biased and unjust. I have sent an email of complaint to the DWP-PIP and also contacted my local MP about this issue, which is a disgrace. The stories on the forum are full of courage, and inspired me to not give up. I also contacted the Minister for work and pensions but unsure whether they will respond as I am not in their constituency. However I am willing to try anything if anyone has any other ideas. I believe the assessors and private company employed by DWP need to be held to account