Join Date: Apr 2007
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Originally Posted by andrewball1000
I agree but both forms require you to sign a declaration and warn you that it is a criminal offence (two years imprisonment ) to make a false statement. It is up to you then if you want to do that.
The D4 also requires you to give your GP's details and you have the option to let them inform your GP and release reports to him, which I ticked.
Apart from the cost and convenience of this service, I felt I really didnt want to bother my GP with a bureaucratic procedure. My surgery is busy enough as it is and it can put them on the spot on how to answer some questions. This way it is down to me and a third party Dr who is dealing with these forms on a daily basis.
They didn't charge the dustbin lorry driverfor not telling the truth, did they?
As I'm a dyslexic and I've had two stokes you are going to see spelling/grammar mistakes, so please don't act superior and point them out!
The reward for conformity is that everyone likes you but yourself. Rita Mae Brown.