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Written Answers — Ministry of Justice: Tribunals: Costs (15 Jun 2018)

Chris Ruane: To ask the Secretary of State for Justice, what estimate he has made of the average cost to the public purse of administering a (a) social security and child support tribunal and (b) a PIP appeal tribunal.

Written Answers — Department for Work and Pensions: Personal Independence Payment: Appeals (15 Jun 2018)

Sarah Newton: ...written evidence not previously seen by the department’s decision makers. Tribunals do of course also reach a different conclusion based on the same evidence. But it should be noted that since PIP was introduced, up until December 2017, of the 3.1m decisions made 4% have been overturned at appeal.

Written Answers — Department for Work and Pensions: Personal Independence Payment (15 Jun 2018)

Chris Ruane: To ask the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions, what the allocation of funding is for GP reports on medical records for PIP cases in each year since its inception.

Written Ministerial Statements — Department for Work and Pensions: Personal Independence Payments (15 Jun 2018)

Esther McVey: Last week I came to the House to answer an Urgent Question regarding two PIP appeals to the Upper Tribunal (known as AN and JM) that I had withdrawn. I was unable to comment on a related case that was pending an appeal to the Court of Appeal (known as LB) as it concerned ongoing litigation, and I committed to updating the House at the earliest opportunity on this case when I was able to do...

Written Answers — Department for Work and Pensions: Personal Independence Payment (14 Jun 2018)

Marsha de Cordova: To ask the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions, with reference to Table 8, page 21 of Equality Analysis PIP assessment criteria: Upper Tribunal judgments on daily living activity 3 and mobility activity 1, published by her Department in February 2017, and to paragraph 4.112, page 135, of Office for Budget Responsibility: Economic and fiscal outlook, published on March 2018, for what...

Oral Answers to Questions — Wales: Universal Credit (13 Jun 2018)

Stuart Andrew: The reason we have introduced PIP is to make sure that people who are living with disabilities are able to have as independent a life as possible. The problem with the old system of DLA is that people were given the payment and their needs were never reassessed. That is the reason why with PIP, we are making regular assessments, so that as those conditions may deteriorate, they will get more...

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (13 Jun 2018)

David Drew: The average length of time that a Stroud constituent has to wait to go to the Gloucester and Cheltenham centre for a PIP appeal is now 41 weeks, and the wait for an employment and support allowance appeal is 31 weeks. During that period of time constituents are now losing Motability cars and suffering enormous hardship. Will the Prime Minister promise to get a grip on this and make sure this...

Written Answers — Department for Work and Pensions: State Retirement Pensions: Terminal Illnesses (12 Jun 2018)

Guy Opperman: ...is reasonably believed to be six months or less. They apply across Attendance Allowance (AA), Disability Living Allowance (DLA), Employment and Support Allowance (ESA), Personal Independence Payment (PIP) and Universal Credit, and provide a guaranteed entitlement to benefit, with claims dealt with sensitively, without a face-to-face assessment and under a fast track process.

Written Answers — Department for Work and Pensions: Personal Independence Payment: Orthopaedics (11 Jun 2018)

Sarah Newton: As of October 2017, 5,630 Disability Living Allowance (DLA) claimants have been re-assessed for Personal Independence Payment (PIP) whose main disabling condition is recorded as ‘lower limb amputation’. Their outcomes were as follows following re-assessment: Outcome of re-assessment Received a higher award Received the same award Received a lower award Disallowed (i.e....

Written Answers — Department for Work and Pensions: Personal Independence Payment: Autism (11 Jun 2018)

Sarah Newton: ...of claimants with autism spectrum disorder listed as the main health condition, who were originally awarded no benefit and then had that decision overturned at appeal, since the introduction of PIP, is as follows: Financial Year of Initial Decision Overturned at Appeal 2013/14 20 2014/15 220 2015/16 790 2016/17 1,480 April 2017 – December 2017 210 The total...

Written Answers — Department for Work and Pensions: Personal Independence Payment (11 Jun 2018)

Sarah Newton: As part of our commitment to improve the PIP assessment process we are exploring options to video record PIP face to face assessments. We are starting the test this summer, which will inform wider rollout decisions.

Written Answers — Department for Work and Pensions: Department for Work and Pensions: ICT (11 Jun 2018)

Sarah Newton: The current term of the PIP assessment contracts ends in July 2019. It was announced on 6 June 2018 that the DWP would explore options to extend these contracts by approximately two years. Work is already progressing to develop a DWP owned IT capability which will be available to support future provision at that time.

Written Answers — Ministry of Justice: Social Security Benefits: Appeals (11 Jun 2018)

Lucy Frazer: ...on the appellant’s actual address, but can produce reports detailing the number of cases that were dealt with at one of its regional centres or heard at a specific venue.Personal Independent Payment (PIP) (New Claims) (which replaced Disability Living Allowance from 8 April 2013) also includes PIP (Reassessments)Includes Employment and Support Allowance (ESA) and ESA...

Written Answers — Department for Work and Pensions: Personal Independence Payment: Cancer (6 Jun 2018)

Sarah Newton: Other than for those who are terminally ill, Personal Independence Payment (PIP) is assessed on the basis of the needs arising from a long-term health condition or disability rather than a diagnosis. Primary legislation sets out that a claimant cannot be entitled to PIP for any period prior to the date of claim.

Written Answers — Department for Work and Pensions: Personal Independence Payment: Cancer (6 Jun 2018)

Sarah Newton: Personal Independence Payment (PIP) claimants with cancer aged 16 to 24 assessed under Normal Rules, waited an average (median) of 11 and 14 calendar weeks from the point of registration to a decision being made for new claims and Disability Living Allowance (DLA) reassessments respectively. For claimants with cancer aged 16 to 24 assessed under Special Rules for the Terminally Ill, the...

Written Answers — Department for Work and Pensions: Social Security Benefits: Medical Examinations (6 Jun 2018)

Sarah Newton: As part of our commitment to improving the PIP assessment process we are exploring options to record PIP assessments, but do not yet have any estimated costs for this activity. Audio recording of Work Capability Assessments is already available to Employment Support Allowance and Universal Credit claimants. Since Centre for Health and Disability Assessments took over the contract to deliver...

Written Answers — Department for Work and Pensions: Personal Independence Payment: Autism (6 Jun 2018)

Sarah Newton: Up to January 2018, 47,410 people with Autism, Asperger’s syndrome or Retts disorder as their main disabling condition on PIP were awarded PIP following a reassessment from DLA. This is unpublished data. It should be used with caution and it may be subject to future revision.Data is based on main disabling condition as recorded on the PIP computer system. Claimants may often have...

Written Ministerial Statements — Department for Work and Pensions: Personal Independence Payments (5 Jun 2018)

Sarah Newton: Personal Independence Payment (PIP) is a modern, personalised benefit that assesses people on needs not conditions. PIP is a fairer benefit than the old DLA system as it takes a much wider look at the way an individual’s health condition or disability impacts them on a daily basis. We are constantly looking at ways to continually to improve the PIP service. In response to Paul...

Oral Answers to Questions — Justice: Personal Independence Payment Appeals (5 Jun 2018)

Stephen Hepburn: Does not the fact that two out of three appeals in the north-east are successful prove that the privateers that the Government employ to carry out PIP assessments in the first place are not fit for practice by callously letting down disabled people and ripping off the taxpayer?

Personal Independence Payment - Statement (4 Jun 2018)

Baroness Sherlock: My Lords, I thank the Minister for repeating that Answer. This refers to the fact that the First-tier Tribunal ruled that two claimants with chronic conditions were entitled to PIP. The Secretary of State appealed but withdrew the appeals shortly before the Upper Tribunal was due to hear them on 21 May. The appeals concerned the meaning of daily living activity 3. One claimant needed...


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