A Mandatory reconsideration is a feature of the UK social security system by which an individual can challenge a decision that they disagree with for instance the decision not to award a benefit. Mandatory reconsideration is a prerequisite for an individual to appeal to a benefit tribunal.
The success rate for Mandatory Reconsideration in relation to Personal Independence Payments is 15%.
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