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Disability Benefits Consortium report finds process for claiming Personal Independence Payment (PIP) ‘not fit for purpose’

21 Sep 2017

The Disability Benefits Consortium (DBC) has concluded that for many people, how Personal Independence Payment (PIP) works is “not fit for purpose”. The DBC has based its conclusion on a survey of 1,730 people who have claimed PIP.

The DBC is made up of a group of over 80 charities, including Epilepsy Action, that represent people who rely on disability benefits.

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