I have previously posted about having to go through the process of mandatory reconsideration for my mum and was wondering if there would be any benefit in me speaking to a local MLA about it? Or is this generally left to appeal stage? Want to do everything I can do try and give her the best chance of having the decision changed at this stage as she does not want it to go to appeal, she couldn't cope with it.
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