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What is the remedy?

Can someone advise of appropriate remedy and consequences in a situation where DWP mislead Tribunal, then admitted to lying after the matter was remitted by the Upper Tribunal?

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  • Ross_Scope
    Ross_Scope Posts: 7,454 Scope online community team
    Hi @Peter99

    Sorry to read this happened to you, if your issue is with the DWP specifically, you could look into making a complaint. You can find out further information about how to do that here.
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  • Peter99
    Peter99 Member Posts: 65 Connected
    @mikehughescq
    In 2018, DWP told the DTJ that they had made full disclosure to 2011-FtT.  The matter was sent back by UT and then DWP admitted to the new FtT that the statement of 2018 to DTJ is incorrect. 
    The first Tribunal decision of 2011 later resulted in a criminal conviction, due to the fact that non-disclosure by DWP denied the claimant the evidence that could have assisted him at both Tribunal and criminal proceedings. How could injustice be corrected and how do we put an end to this unjust DWP practice ?

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