Tribunal. Am I right in thinking it won't go directly to court? Could the DWP change their minds?
So looks like I'm going to tribunal after my recent unsuccessful MR. I'm wondering for those of you that have gone through the same am I right in thinking it won't go directly to court? Could the court decide they think they have enough to go on and alow the overturn or could the dwp acualy change thier minds? I have been to a couple of esa tribunals one of wich I was successful the other not would just be good to know what to expect also my original form for pip I dont even have a copy of and can't remember what I said (going through a rouf patch at the time) so im worrying incase all of that also goes against me
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