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PIP 20 metre rule is failing people with MS
Personal Independence Payment (PIP) is a benefit that's meant to help people with MS.
But our new report reveals the devastating social and financial impact it's having on our community.
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Scrap the PIP 20 m rule
Personal Independence Payment (PIP) is a benefit that's meant to help with the extra costs of MS.
But the 20 metre rule is causing our community to lose access to the support they need to live independent lives. Watch an audio described version of our PIP video.
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