60% of appeals are ‘no brainers’ ... says senior president of tribunals

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60% of appeals are ‘no brainers’ ... says senior president of tribunals

Post by helping_hand on Fri Nov 10, 2017 4:05 pm

A Senior Judge Has Suggested Charging The Government For Every "No-Brainer" Benefits Case It Loses In Court.

Sir Ernest Ryder, senior president of tribunals, said the quality of evidence provided by the Department for Work and Pensions is so poor it would be “wholly inadmissible” in any other court.


https://www.buzzfeed.com/emilydugan/most-dwp-benefits-cases-which-reach-court-are-based-on-bad?utm_term=.fw2QgkYGw9#.aimpk0zBwD

This is not a revelation, but it's good that Sir Ernest Ryder speaks out and for his suggestion to levy a charge against the DWP when necessary.
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Re: 60% of appeals are ‘no brainers’ ... says senior president of tribunals

Post by Caker on Fri Nov 10, 2017 6:27 pm

I think that is a great idea. It might deter DWP from ridiculous cases.
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Re: 60% of appeals are ‘no brainers’ ... says senior president of tribunals

Post by Admin on Fri Nov 10, 2017 7:14 pm

they should charge them anyway some of those cases should never hit a tribunal in the first place

i suspect what will happen if they did start charging for it they would pass this onto the claimant just like they have done with other legal cases
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Re: 60% of appeals are ‘no brainers’ ... says senior president of tribunals

Post by oneman on Sun Nov 12, 2017 2:22 am

6 sanction charges! nearly all on the same Day?

Took 5 years to appeal and must have cost millions in paper work.

"appea əˈpiːl/Submit verb
1.
make a serious, urgent, or heartfelt request.
"police are appealing for information about the incident"
synonyms: ask urgently/earnestly, request urgently/earnestly, make an urgent/earnest request, call, make a plea, plead, beg; sue
"police are appealing for information"
2.
LAW
apply to a higher court for a reversal of the decision of a lower court.
"he said he would appeal against the conviction"
noun
1.
a serious, urgent, or heartfelt request.
"his mother made an appeal for the return of the ring"
2.
LAW
an application to a higher court for a decision to be reversed.
"he has 28 days in which to lodge an appeal"
synonyms: retrial, reconsideration, re-examination
"on 13 March 1992, the Court allowed the appeal"

FUCKING 5 YEARS!!! The cunt has been found guilty in every court in this land.
But no. The EU court of appeal will take his case. Sometime. This is the same guy who is promoting BREXIT!!!
George smith!!!

IDS to you.

PS. What is the estimated amount for George Smiths Universal Credit so far?

£15. 8 billion.

Fucking billion?? not just million.

Sorry folkes just a bit anoyed.



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Re: 60% of appeals are ‘no brainers’ ... says senior president of tribunals

Post by Brutus on Mon Nov 13, 2017 12:31 am


"...the quality of evidence provided by the Department for Work and Pensions is so poor it would be “wholly inadmissible” in any other court."

Again I feel the point is missing.
It is not the quality of evidence that is the main point here.

What is important is that these criminal (for this is what the people in charge of the DWP are) can use the system to harass, punish and often murder people with absolute impunity.

They do what they want and nothing happens to them, if anything if they are good at dispensing suffering, they are promoted.
As an added bonus sticking to legalities is becoming less and less important as they become a law unto themselves.

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