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I'm at tribunal stage. Got a letter saying position remains unchanged. What does this mean?

trixie2013
trixie2013 Member Posts: 13 Listener
edited December 2021 in PIP, DLA, and AA
Help I have got to the stage of pip tribunal, this morning received letter saying they have received evidence regarding a discharge letter and print screens of previous appts, I have not got a date for my tribunal but the end of the letter has really got me down it says the secretary of states position remains unchanged. I don’t know what they mean by this any advice really gratefully received.
many thanks 

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