My client has lodged an appeal against a UC decision and I have received a letter acknowledging the appeal from HMCTS.
The letter states in part:
“Useful evidence shows how [appellant’s] condition affects their life. For example, a letter from their doctor or someone who lives with them or knows them well. It should focus on what they could and could not do at the time of the decision.”
As my client is appealing a decision about their housing costs, this is quite confusing advice…