Tribunal Appeal Allowed - Now What
I'm sure everyone knows the hurdles so if you have gone through it congratulations for that - it is a hellish time I appreciate that. My question is now what happens ? So I was ESA which was cancelled thereby pushing me to UC. The appeal was allowed meaning the cancellation of ESA was overturned. However I now have to re-apply for Limited Capacity on Universal Credit (LC), and meanwhile attend the Job Centre ? In Homer Simpsons words 'Dulp' ? I want to get this right in my head - so I applied for LC on the understanding this is what I'm supposed to do. This may be accepted with or without another Health Assessment at the same rate as UC £73. Then I have to re-apply for the rate (now reduced) that ESA was, prior to the cancellation, (that 'status', which the decision of Tribunal have re-instated) with additional £23 (roughly) to DWP and if unsuccessful to the Tribunal and start the process again for this £23 (roughly) ? Or LC will be declined and I will have to do a MR and then head to Tribunal again or both ? If this is correct as CAB have said if occurs come back and we will come with you again, what was the point of the Tribunal Case ? Also what does over-riding the DWP decision to cancel ESA in January mean, if not that it continues ? As a side note, the Tribunal requested I not have a health assessment for two years (not so important to me) I know this is not a legally binding part of the decision, is this a standard paragraph they attach to all decisions ?