When you feel that this ESA WCA cannot become any worse, the DWP or it associated private co-antagonists just make it so.
In any reality how can anyone be penalised for not turning up for an appointment which has been cancelled by the very same organisation that is penalising you for not turning up for the appointment they cancelled.
Why can these persons within these organisation not see how stupid these actions make them, or is it they have no real sense of reality.
Or are they staffed by people or just computers/robots which have no feelings or thoughts in comparison with humans with a sense or fraction of common sense.
Surely the systems cannot be so rigid that common sense cannot have some bearing on the eventual initial outcomes. For an appeal reality is brought to bear and the initial outcome is overturned. Thereby the administration costs related to the final outcomes are considerably higher than formulating the outcome that in reality should have been the initial outcome.
The system is insane and maybe the persons who are operating it.
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