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Thread: ESA £30 drop not halted.

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    I believe this is for the WRAG group, only.. Which is SH*TE if you are looking for a job or on low paid work!

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    But only for new claims after april 2017 all older claims those started before the date in April will still get the £102 in the WRAG group So existing WRAG claimants will not loose any money, Something the MSM Have not made clear ,

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    There is still a chance the new regime will do a u-turn, but don't hold your breath.

    I believe that this is tied in with the WCA changes announced today, even though this was announced first and would seem to be a different issue.

    I'm still thinking it all through carefully and will post about it later when I have it straighr in my own head.
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    What are the WCA changes announced today, can't find a trace of them

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    Quote Originally Posted by beau View Post
    What are the WCA changes announced today, can't find a trace of them
    We have 2 threads running on these changes, both contain a link to the BBC report:
    http://www.youreable.com/forums/show...ped-(for-some)
    http://www.youreable.com/forums/show...ome-conditions!!
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    Thanks Nukecad, I was thinking of the physical assessment being changed that is dome by the assessors. Got mixed up, sorry.

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