Again more DWP failings, when will this end, where is the accountability, when will heads roll, perhaps never for to do this there has to be accountability which there appears to be not.
It appears that the DWP is there to hinder rather than help and are not concerned about themselves than the claimants they are there to help.
Do they really care or are claimants seen has a hindrance to be discounted at every occasion.
The current Secretary of State at the Department for Work and Pensions Thérèse Coffey MP was appointed on 8 September 2019 and has been ineffective since her appointment, she needs to go and someone who is capable appointed, if there is in fact, anyone who is. The situations at the DWP could not be worse if there was no Minister.
A disabled claimant died underweight, ‘unkempt and dirty’ after the DWP wrongly stopped both his ESA and PIP. The DWP left the destitute claimant to be supported by their elderly, disabled parent who themselves needed daily carers and meals delivered. £14,000 in backdated PIP was eventually paid to the claimant’s next-of-kin, the Independent Case Examiner (ICE) has reported.
According to ICE, the claimant had severe depression and physical health problems and was classed as vulnerable by the DWP.
For a long time, their elderly parent was their appointee for benefits purposes. But the parent became too ill to continue and informed the DWP.
At this point the DWP should have found another appointee for the claimant themselves, as their guidance requires, but they did not do so.
Over the following months the claimant’s ESA and PIP were repeatedly stopped due to failure to…
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