CHRISSYG wrote: »
possibly as you no longer live in the uk you are no longer entitled to benefits ,there was a story on tv about DWP stopping ex pats claiming uk benefits which is only right as far as im concerned !
abc123456 wrote: »
I was asking for help to answer the question relating to DLA payment suspension, not to debate whether my health had improved. I suggest you read the post before you pass comment like that, and call people rude.
Oldernotwiser wrote: »
I've read the whole thread and I think that if you've moved abroad to improve your health then asking if the move has been effective is entirely appropriate. Posters here are, after all, the people paying your benefits.
abc123456 wrote: »
So, all posters here are contributors, like myself, to my benefit...I think not.
Jock221 wrote: »
The benefits system in this country is in need of a serious review. If you can afford to live in France as it's a lot more expensive than UK then possibly you don't need DLA. After all their weather is not much better than ours. The same applies to ex pats living in SPain etc getting winter fuel payment how ridiculous is that clause. I too paid into the National insurance pot for over 32 years when my incapacity benefit was stopped this year I don't even get my NI contributions paid but the law states if I was serving a prison sentence then I would be entitled to get them paid. I am sure many people would benefit from a wee move to France but can't afford it. If you were injured in the course of your work I am certain when your compensation was agreed it took into account your lifetime needs. The sooner the Govt bring in medicals for all DLA claimants will the county be rid of the scroungers and only the truly genuine will benefit. If you are now living and existing in FRance try claiming for DLA there I am certain you will be given your bus fare home.
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