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Post by Non Deficere on Wed Jun 06, 2018 7:18 pm

Hi Catwoman

So sorry to read about your difficulties at the Jobcentre.

I am not providing representation services at this time, so I cannot help you directly.

Do you have a Citizens Advice centre near you or a helpful MP?

I find that DWP backs down if they receive a call/letter from CA.

Your Jobcentre is acting unlawfully and negligently.  Civil Servants have a duty to comply with the Civil Service Code of conduct.

You you could threaten a civil case in the Count Court if the manager fails to follow the proper process and procedure, which you have brought to his/her attention and you suffer a financial loss.

Negligence as a ‘tort’ or ‘civil wrong’
The most usual definition of negligence is that it is conduct, or a failure to act, that breaches a duty to take care.

It breaks down into several elements, all of which must exist to give rise to a liability to pay compensation.

There must be a duty owed.
The action – or lack of action - needs to fall below the standard expected of a reasonably competent equivalent person.  This is the breach of duty.
And that breach must cause loss; whether physical damage to a person or property or even in some cases purely financial loss.

Have you complained in writing yet?

http://respectfulbenefits.forumotion.com/t2174-work-coach-intimidation

http://respectfulbenefits.forumotion.com/t2038-opening-an-account-on-find-a-job#6581

http://respectfulbenefits.forumotion.com/t1430-work-health-programme-foi-s#6580

Edit:
What is a duty of care?
http://www.rotlaw.com/legal-library/what-is-a-duty-of-care/


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Post by Jara on Wed Jun 06, 2018 11:02 pm

You you could threaten a civil case in the Count Court if the manager fails to follow the proper process and procedure, which you have brought to his/her attention and you suffer a financial loss.

Reminds me of this https://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/suing_the_dwp
Apparently DWP often backs down when you decide to bypass DWP and go directly against the decision maker or work coach. I am not sure how to threaten them with that, as that might get you banned from the Job centre if they find it unacceptable behaviour.

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Post by Catwoman on Wed Jun 06, 2018 11:08 pm

I've sent in a written complaint, just waiting to see how I'm treated this week.

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