Thursday 2nd March 2017 – Child Benefit (ChB 1st) Tribunal

I attended the Tribunal today for my Child Benefit Appeal (ChB 1st). It was first heard by Judge G. I. Marsh on 1st May 2015, then I further appealed to the Upper Tribunal Office, where Upper Tribunal Judge Nicholas Wikeley set aside the original Decision. Which is why it has to be heard by a fresh First Tier Tribunal.

But today’s Judge (Ennals) hasn’t read the papers for this appeal. When he’d adjourned a related appeal (ChB 2nd), he’d mistakenly thought that the ChB 1st appeal would be adjourned too. Yet the ChB 1st appeal hadn’t been adjourned, & was clearly still listed for today.

Judge Ennals apologised to me, as he wouldn’t be able to proceed with today’s ChB 1st appeal. I said I didn’t mind, as I’d woken up with a headache yesterday & today, & I didn’t feel on top form. So Judge Ennals adjourned today’s (ChB 1st) appeal. My ex will be added as a Party To Proceedings (I’d assumed he already had been).

About slowlyrotting

I am constantly having to deal with several different benefits issues. I've got Appeals and Tribunals coming out of my ears, and have pretty much lost any faith I ever had in the British Justice/Tribunals system. I've lost count of the formal complaints I've had to make. I've had numerous interactions with the DWP, HMRC, Birmingham City Council, etc for years, so I've literally got several hundred posts (maybe thousands) to compose for this website. I can't post them to here as quick or as often as I'd like to, for a variety of reasons. Over the last few years, I have endured a conveyor belt of shit decisions from HMCTS. The piss-poor postal services that HMCTS, HMRC, Birmingham City Council, the DWP, & CSA rely on (bulk printing and several different carriers), compound the ineptitude of these departments and agencies. I intend to go back years, eventually. But at this rate, I don't think I'll ever get to post everything I want to. You can see from what I've put up so far that I've got a lot of crap to deal with. I'm probably not even 1% or 2% done. I am slowly rotting....................
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