Steve has received three letters, they were dated a few days apart.
The first was to inform him that his benefits would be stopped as he had refused to send in a fit note.
The second was to inform him that his benefits would be stopped on a certain date as he will have reached retirement age.
The third letter was to tell him he MUST attend a health assessment interview by telephone in June as he missed the previous ones and if he doesn't attend his benefits will be stopped. How he is meant to have missed previous telephone appointments I'm not sure as he hasn't missed any calls.
These letters would be confusing enough on their own but when you consider the fact that Steve receives no benefits it all becomes slightly barmy!
Steve applied for the new style ESA merely to ensure his stamp was paid for the first year after his stroke. This was to ensure he had enough contributions to collect his state pension.
I'm struggling to understand why people are shocked at the behaviour of the BBC, I've always known that the BBC was referred to a Anti, not Aunty. Maybe I'm cynical, scratch that. I am definitely cynical. I expect reporters to be dishonest just as I assume politicians are also dishonest.
I am beyond bored with the Harry and Megan saga, yes he had a shitty life but he had a privileged shitty life. Lots of people have had a worse time but at some point they have made the decision to put the past behind them where it belongs and have a good life.