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Work and Pensions Committe PIP/WCA survey

6 months 1 week ago #266385 by ELEANOR
I recently received this email. The survey is open until February 2022.

The Work and Pensions Committee are running a survey to hear from people who have had Personal Independence Payment (PIP), or Work Capability Assessments as part of a claim for Employment and Support Allowance (ESA) or Universal Credit. They want to know what your experience was and how you think these assessments could be improved.
If you have had an assessment to claim PIP and/or a Work Capability Assessment to claim ESA or as part of a Universal Credit claim, you can tell the committee your views here: forms.office.com/r/WPHy8kB23e

The survey will be open until mid-February 2022.
What happens next?
We will use your response as part of our inquiry into Health assessments for benefits.

We might publish some or all of your responses on the committee's website or social media. The committee might read them out when they're asking questions in a public committee meeting or in the House of Commons.

The committee won't ask for your name or publish any details that could identify you.

For more information about the inquiry, visit our inquiry page: committees.parliament.uk/work/1468/healt...ssments-for-benefits
What is the Work and Pensions Committee?
The Work and Pensions Committee is a cross-party group of MPs that look into the work of the Department for Work and Pensions.

Find out more about the committee on its website:

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The Work and Pensions Committee is a select committ
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6 months 1 week ago #266391 by BIS
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