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TOPIC: Does/Should a news paper be doing this

Does/Should a news paper be doing this 1 week 3 days ago #238504

www.mirror.co.uk/news/politics/dwp-pull-...tm_campaign=sharebar .

This doesn`t look good for many of us I have just spent nearly 3 weeks worrying about how to word my MD and i must say using many of the words my doctors have used to tell me what's what, I just wondering how many people this is going to hurt. or indeed just how much truth is in this new report

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To Much Pain Will Kill Y ou In The End

Does/Should a news paper be doing this 1 week 3 days ago #238505

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Jacqui

I've allowed your post even though it is a discussion topic but if it gets out of hand then I reserve the right lock it without notice.

The report says that the form was only used locally and has now been withdrawn so I am not sure what the problem is going forward.

Gordon

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Does/Should a news paper be doing this 1 week 3 days ago #238508

Jacqui wrote: www.mirror.co.uk/news/politics/dwp-pull-...tm_campaign=sharebar .

This doesn`t look good for many of us I have just spent nearly 3 weeks worrying about how to word my MD and i must say using many of the words my doctors have used to tell me what's what, I just wondering how many people this is going to hurt. or indeed just how much truth is in this new report



I thought the same as you, Jaqui when I read this. I use terms my GP has used to diagnose me.

I fail to see why 'chronic' makes a condition seem worse than it is. The definition of chronic merely means you've had whatever you have for more than three months.

Anyway it's been witndrawn.

Phrank.

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