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Have you had a Personal Independence Payment (PIP) assessment? Did you appeal against the decision? Do you have views on what went wrong or what needs to improve?
If you have, the House of Commons Work and Pensions Select Committee wants to hear from you!
The committee is a powerful group of MPs whose job is to hold the government to account, highlight problems in the system, and make sure the government listens to real people who have been affected by issues such as benefits reform.
The committee has just launched a new inquiry into PIP and Employment Support Allowance (ESA). It is particularly focusing on the assessment stage of the process, but also Mandatory Reconsideration and appeals too.
It is so important that the voices, experiences and situations of deaf young people are heard by the people in power who can actually make a difference.
If you’ve been affected by PIP, we want you to fill out the short form telling MPs exactly what you think is wrong with the system, and how it can be improved for deaf young people.
The deadline for submitting evidence is Friday 10 November. You can find out more about the inquiry and how to submit evidence at this web page:
If you want to provide evidence in a non-written format, you need to contact the committee staff by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org