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    Bit worried. (does this mean dla/pip in progress?)

    Hello.

    My brother's had all his annual letters about what benefits/amounts he's on.
    Normally we get them together. I haven't had anything at all I just wonder with the DLA/PIP changeover is this something they do before informing someone about DLA coming to an end?

    Sorry if this sounds daft asking I'm worried sick

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    It's just that time of year when they send out the letters telling you how much you benefit payments have gone up.

    Or as it turns out this year they are not going up at all, but they still send out the letters.
    I don't know everything. - But I'm good at searching for, and finding, stuff.

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    cant thank you enough for taking the time to reply.
    Really so applicate it

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