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Pip assessment. Would my UC be affected if I withdrew from PIP?
My pip assessment is due Tues and it's over the phone I'm not sure if I can deal with this right now my mental health is pretty bad I only put in for pip as people said they might be able to help me with my mental health but I don't think I would get awarded it anyway as its only my mental health that's affected and I've heard horror stories anyway I'm on universal credit if I phoned pip and withdrew my application would this affect my universal credit I don't want to just ignore the phone call but I just don't know if its worth been put through loads of questions again I'm not at my best I've been told it won't affect my universal credit but has anyone else been in this situation just stuck on what to do as I know I won't get awarded it as I've not enough evidence I'm still waiting for an appointment to speak to a Councillor the only person I talk to is my doctor any help would be grateful thanks
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