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Decision notice 5 Aug....The appellant has not provided reasons why the decision was wrong and appears to be raising issues with the DWP rather than the respondent (HMRC).######
From the outset I believed my case to be against the actions of DWP in they caused my loss of income (£4.500.00) by taking me off invalidity benefit and putting me on pension, pension being calculable as income towards Child Tax Credit, which then excluded me as over the limit.
My point is DWP caused all this because they did not give me the option of Deferring my Pension at the time I became eligible for pension.
#####My letter 26 June 2015 clearly explains why there was a delay in appealing "The reason for my delay is because I became very depressed following the decision and coupled with my disability was unable to conduct my affairs as normal,also coupled withe fact that I cannot source any help of any kind and am isolated".
I have multiple ailments and have been on a large amount of medication for many years. I hope this helps to clarify, and please do not hesitate to contact me 01274 830102
Should I still apply to the Upper Tribunal, if so how should I reply to"please tell us what ERROR OF LAW you think the First Tier Tribunal has made"
Or am I simply wasting my time fighting this injustice
Perhaps the first Tribunal Judge misrepresented my case by making the Respondent HM Revenue & Customs instead of D.W.P., who were respon sible at the outset?
I agree that in the matter of HMRC they were simply doing their job, but I reiterate the case (Respondent) should have been Department for Work & Pensions. Had I known that Tribunal Judge Hussein was addressing the wrong department at the time perhaps I could have steered the right direction.
On that point is there any chance of persuing DWP at this late stage?
How do I go about making a new appeal to DWP
Is that one month after the latest decision 5 Aug 2015 if so how should I proceed
Do you mean originally when they first changed to pension from incap benefit
If thats the case is there any posibility of a civil case against them as their actions cost me a lot of money?
Its worth a try as it will cost me nothing
I do feel I have been treated unfairly, as I didnt find out about the consequences until child tax credit was applied for and rejected for the reasons given.
Thank you for your time, you are the only person who has given me any answers