Monthly Archives: May 2018

A Judicial Roll Call – Encompassing 3 Years of (mostly) Judicial Failure, re: My ChB 2nd Appeal

I thoroughly dissect, and heavily criticise Judge J. Verman’s STATEMENT OF REASONS, especially as some of her rationale is distinctly at odds with her reasoning in the 1st ChB Appeal, though it inexplicably finds in my Ex’s favour again.  Continue reading

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A Judicial Roll Call – Encompassing 5 Years of (mostly) Judicial Failure, re: My ChB 1st Appeal

How on Earth can Judge Blackett say my claim doesn’t raise an important point of principle or practice, when for several years HMRC/Child Benefit Office (& the CSA) have consistently FAILED  to contact the family of my daughter’s then-boyfriend to establish the material living arrangements for the material period, by insisting they are prevented by law from contacting such a “third party”!!! Continue reading

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Friday 18th May 2018 – I Attend Job Interview (Rescheduled Due To Heavy Menstruation Last Week)

I get fuck all help. I asked for help from the fabled “Access To Work”, but the term is a complete misnomer, as they don’t offer assistance until I’ve actually secured a job! Continue reading

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Monday 14th May 2018 – I’ve Registered On The New “Find A Job” Website

I’ve registered on the new “Find A Job” website today, which is replacing the “Universal Jobmatch” website. All I’ve done is register so far, as I can still use the Universal Jobmatch website until 17th June 2018 (which I actually … Continue reading

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Friday 11th May 2018 – Unable To Attend Job Interview, Because Of Heavy Menstruation (JSA)

The fabled “Access to Work” does fuck all to help tackle health issues prior to gaining employment.  so the term “Access to Work” is something of a misnomer. Continue reading

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Saturday 5th May 2018 – I’ve Just Performed Better Than 99% of Others Who’ve Taken The Civil Service Verbal Reasoning Test

I’ve just worked my way through 2 x Verbal Reasoning Tests, for 2 x different vacancies. I scored better than 99% of others who’ve taken the test for the 1st one, and better than 98% of others for the 2nd … Continue reading

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