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Coping With CFW Assessments

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harryc
harryc Community member Posts: 6 Listener
Due to the fact that you are greatly more likely to be found 'fit for work' by this cruelly unfair system, regardless of everything, treat the questionnaire, face-to-face assessment, and mandatory reconsideration processes as just formalities before the appeal stage and don't take them too seriously, because doing so won't make a difference. Your only chance of a just decision being made is at the tribunal so solely focus on that. Remember, the DWP stages are criminal; political hate crime against the sick and disabled so stand righteous and be strong. Tell your family and friends about their persecution of you, write letters to your local newspaper, the United Nations, Welfare Rights, etc., etc. We CAN stop this atrocity if we fight back.

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  • poppy123456
    poppy123456 Community member Posts: 57,180 Disability Gamechanger
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    Hi,

    Sorry but i disagree. If you think you should be placed into a group you should first decide which group you should be in, then decide your reasons why. Fill out the forms with as much information as possible, the more information they have on those forms the better.

    Lots of people are successfully placed into a group without any problems at all. Treating the form and assessment as just a formality is ridiculous.
    I would appreciate it if members wouldn't tag me please. I have all notifcations turned off and wouldn't want a member thinking i'm being rude by not replying.
    If i see a question that i know the answer to i will try my best to help.
  • clarkjohnson
    clarkjohnson Community member Posts: 210 Pioneering
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    Sorry disagree there are also lots of people being put into the wrong groups no matter what they put as evidence 
  • Harryfils
    Harryfils Community member Posts: 14 Connected
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    If only it was that fair a system, but it isn't. The DWP has a single determination, to find people fit for work and its decision makers are pressured into complying with that. The opinion of the wealthy Tory toffs is that poor people are insignificant and better off in employment for economical reasons, irrespective of their individual needs and predicaments. Unless you have a terminal illness with little time left, you will systematically score 0 points and be found fit for work. In victorian times the unemployed were placed in either of two groups, the deserving or the undeserving, but now they are all the undeserving.
  • clarkjohnson
    clarkjohnson Community member Posts: 210 Pioneering
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    I agree Harry and most people I speak to do also 
  • Harryfils
    Harryfils Community member Posts: 14 Connected
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    The Tory toffs rely on we insignificant social squaller-dwellers not having a voice, because we don't have lots of money, swank through life in suits, and talk boringly in cliches.
  • Harryfils
    Harryfils Community member Posts: 14 Connected
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    Hi clarkjohnson,
    The more people we inform about these atrocities the better.
    The causing of suffering to and deaths of so many human beings is unacceptable and in dire need of address. We must innundate social media with our stories and get the message out there or we suffer alone. 
  • clarkjohnson
    clarkjohnson Community member Posts: 210 Pioneering
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    Yes to right I’ve seen programs on tv and such about the issues many people are enduring about universal credit plus the whole assessment Procedure and it’s certainly not a minority who are suffering is it 
  • Harryfils
    Harryfils Community member Posts: 14 Connected
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    over 200,000 have died because of it since 2012.
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