Forums The Vibe Chat Well, I won at my latest Tribunal

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    Pat McDonald
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    It wasn’t that hard – the representative on behalf of the Secretary of State for the Department of Work and Pensions was a no-show.

    The only way I could have really lost would have been to say “I’ve changed my mind. I don’t want this money.”

    I was actually tempted to say that, but I’ve now got a potential compensation claim against the DWP for leaving me high, dry, cashless… without actually notifying me in advance.

    Things ain’t that great, my lady love has been detained (unlawfully, in my opinion) under Section 2 of the 1983 Mental Health Act. I do get visiting rights daily though. Maximum 28 days, after that either a section 3 or freedom for her.

    Sadly my fourth and latest psychiatric examination was passed. I am legally sane, if VERY, VERY PISSED OFF…

    … oh what a fucking rollercoaster I’m on. I can’t let go either, I’ll get mashed. And no thanks, I don’t think mind bending drugs are an option either…

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    Gylfi Gudbjornsson
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    Damn man, I kinda know what your saying. I was in the mental health service, had a nervous breakdown and tried killing myself, spent about 6 months in there.
    I forget what my last mental health examination said but it was along the lines of ‘very guarded and unwilling to talk.’

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    Pat McDonald
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    @Pat McDonald 495513 wrote:

    I was actually tempted to say that, but I’ve now got a potential compensation claim against the DWP for leaving me high, dry, cashless… without actually notifying me in advance.

    They’ve done it AGAIN!!! Arrrgh

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