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Hi all my son has had pip since age of 15. He is still suffering with aniexty and drpression and is now 18. The have stopped his pip i sent and requested a mandoatiry reconsideration which came back the same 0. I feel the assessor was not truful to the fact saying he did not seem anxious of withdrawn. He is under the mental health team and doctor should i do the tribunal if so any tips. This is very stressful like your being made to be a liar when all notes are on the doctors file ect. Do i give up or try to fight it for him many thanks all for reading
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