Remaining politically neutral during General Election 2024


Under guidance from the Electoral Commission and Charity Commission, it's important that Scope remains politically neutral during General Elections.

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been let down by pip

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SBSpIMuleX Scope Member Posts: 30 Connected
every year for the 5 years ive so far been signed off under mental health i have filled in pip paperwork, and just recently i was told after being diagnosed with autism and aspergers at the age of 39 and also due to the fact i was classed by universal credit work capability assesment as being unsuitable for work or work related activities so was allowed extrs universal credit payments and they at universal credit and the job centre and citezans advice told me to re apply for pip, it came back saying ive scored ZERO points, so sent it back for reveiw as ive been classified as being uncapable of wrk or work relaed activies and no longer have to even attend the job centre for 12-18 months and given extra universal credit payments they still returned it for the 2nd time as being scored at zero points, totally wrong and messed up

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