I asked for a paper hearing and all evidence has now been submittted to the courts from the DWP a nice 169 page bulkness. I don’t like my chances of winning. Included in the 169 pages is some of my evidence but other than a doctors letter saying how long I had depression and anxiety for and test scores to show how high they were it doesn’t really help much. I have no other medical evidence, and any other evidence i have submitted is just my words trying my best to question and argue what was wrote at the assessment. I wanted to know if the worst does happen and i lose the tribunal what can i do next would I be forced onto jobseekers or could i reapply for employment and support allowance or wouldn’t that be allowed.
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