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tara2019
tara2019 Member Posts: 215 Pioneering
Hi I'm wanting advice I'm still waiting for tribunal which should be end of april/may 2020 my conditions have got s lot worse my doctor has requested emergency mri scan and I'm off work again I could walk up to 20 metres with discomfort but over the past 4 months I cant walk with out extreme pain in my lower back n spine do I inform dwp about my changes or just wait for tribunal 

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