@mikehughescqSo you said “Cannot undertake ANY journey”. And yet what was described WAS a journey. I understand that now so for instance would Descriptor C or D of the question planning and following a journey be more of an award in your opinion. If you understand what I mean. Sorry if I’ve worded it wrong
I fear you’ve missed my point. If you’re trying to score on a descriptor because you can’t do it reliably then focusing your description on a journey undertaken is absolutely fine but needs to be outnumbered by detailed descriptions of multiple incidents where you couldn’t do it at all. You don’t appear to have done that. Quoting caselaw is fine -  UKUT 531 (AAC) CPIP/1347/2015 seems the obvious one here - but case law doesn’t win cases unless the specific legal point is pivotal. What you’re arguing here is not a precedent. It doesn’t require case law. The position is not unique. Using case law to make the point you’re not backing down doesn’t really work. It’s useless in that respect. What reinforces your case here is the anecdotal evidence you don’t appear to have provided.
Can I ask please what a case law is. Thankyou
@calcotti so does it mean that you would of had to of gone to tribunal before you do a case law x
Okay thank you. I have already submitted my MR with a very detailed example of the last time I attempted to go out. Is it worth writing another detailed example and sending it in? As it’s been 2 weeks since I sent my MR.