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Are you one of 75k people owed money by DWP? This letter may help you

December 4, 2017



Last month, the BBC revealed that huge numbers of disabled people, already hard-pressed by government cuts and a level of targeting by this government amounting to persecution and condemned by the UN, are owed money – totalling around half a billion pounds – because of errors by the Dept of Work and Pensions (DWP).

The errors were discovered a year ago – yet the DWP has only got around to contacting some 1,000 of the approximately 75,000 people affected.

Campaigner Nick Dilworth of has put together a form letter that Employment and Support Allowance (ESA) claimants can send to their ESA office to prompt the DWP to investigate and put right any underpayments and has kindly given permission for the letter to be reproduced here:

[Your Address]

The Customer Complaints Manager

[Address of your Employment & Support Allowance Office]

*shown on your most recent correspondence from them


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