want to appeal a decision about a Personal Independent Payment; and You can check if you can use the service by entering the name of your benefit and your post code in the online appeal service before you start your appeal.With your permission, another person can also help you to make the online appeal, as long as you type in your name on the online appeal form. You can also sign up to receive progress updates by email and text.Submitting your appeal online means that you do not need to complete and post a paper form. You can access the online appeal service from your computer, mobile phone or tablet. It is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.Once your appeal is submitted it is registered on our case management system by the next working day and transmitted electronically the same day to the Department for Work and Pensions, which is quicker than post.We are currently testing the online service with a small group of people so that we can get their feedback and make improvements before it is made available more widely.These changes are part of an over £1 billion programme to transform the court system – making it quicker, more accessible and easier to use for all. We are currently testing the service with people who: live in one of the following areas: Bedfordshire, Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, Cambridgeshire, Essex, East Sussex, Hertfordshire, Kent, the Midlands, Norfolk, Oxfordshire, Suffolk.
Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York William IglesiasA Brentwood photography studio owner has been accused of secretly recording two of his female employees with a spy cam in the company bathroom.Suffolk County police Monday arrested 39-year-old William Iglesias, the owner of Foto Y Video Alexander on Suffolk Avenue, and charged him with unlawful surveillance.Police said a 24-year-old female employee discovered on her boss’ computer images of herself that were captured without her knowledge while she was in the studio’s bathroom.The victim reported the discovery to police, who found a remote recording device hidden in the business’ bathroom. Recordings of another employee, a 19-year-old woman, were also discovered, police said.Iglesias will be arraigned Tuesday at First District Court in Central Islip.Third Squad detectives ask anyone with information regarding this incident to contact them at 631-854-5352 or to call Crime Stoppers anonymously at 1-800-220-TIPS. All calls will remain confidential.
The Dodgers announced their 30-man Opening Day roster Thursday. Pinch running specialist Terrance Gore nabbed a spot. So did pitcher Dennis Santana, who beat out a pair of veteran right-handers for a spot in the bullpen.Gore, Santana and others face a new crunch in two weeks, when rosters must be reduced to 28. With spring training postponed nearly three months due to the novel coronavirus pandemic, teams were granted additional roster spots for the early weeks of the 60-game regular season. Rosters must be reduced to 26 four weeks from today.For now, the Dodgers will have 16 pitchers and 14 position players at their disposal for their series against the San Francisco Giants at Dodger Stadium. The opener, scheduled for 7 p.m. Thursday, will be broadcast nationally on ESPN.Players who did not make the Opening Day cut have no minor league games to play. Rather, they will work out at the Dodgers’ “alternate training site” camp at USC with other minor leaguers. That group includes AJ Ramos, the former Marlins closer who signed a minor-league deal in July and Edubray Ramos, another non-roster invitee who appeared in 173 games for the Phillies from 2016-19. Besides Santana, the rest of the Dodgers’ bullpen includes right-handers Kenley Jansen, Blake Treinen, Joe Kelly, Brusdar Graterol, Pedro Baez and Dylan Floro, and left-handers Jake McGee, Caleb Ferguson, Scott Alexander and Adam Kolarek.Besides Gore, the Dodgers’ Opening Day position players include Bellinger, Betts, Pederson, Pollock, Justin Turner, Corey Seager, Max Muncy, Chris Taylor, Matt Beaty, Kiké Hernandez, Edwin Rios, Will Smith and Austin Barnes.Related Articles Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error Dodgers’ Max Muncy trying to work his way out of slow start Cody Bellinger homer gives Dodgers their first walkoff win of season How Dodgers pitcher Ross Stripling topped the baseball podcast empire The final bullpen job went to Santana, 24, who has struggled in his brief major league career. With the Dodgers, Santana has allowed nine runs in 8 ⅔ innings over the last two seasons. But he turned a corner after moving to the bullpen at Triple-A last season, limiting opponents to a .211 batting average and only two home runs.Gore, 29, has more stolen bases (40) than hits (15) in his unique career. He parlayed his speed into postseason jobs with the Royals, then the Cubs, after spending most of the season in the minor leagues. He’s made 61 career appearances as a pinch runner and didn’t crack a major league starting lineup until last season.With the Dodgers, Gore’s role figures to be similar. They have the reigning National League MVP, Cody Bellinger, in center field. They have Mookie Betts in right field for the next 12 years. Joc Pederson and AJ Pollock are unlikely to be displaced in left field.Gore might have gotten a boost from a rule that will place a runner on second base to begin the 10th inning of tie games. The rule is ostensibly designed to prevent marathon extra-inning games in a sprint of a regular season with few days off.Right-hander Dustin May will begin the season at the USC camp after making an impressive roster bid of his own. He figures to be the team’s sixth starter behind Clayton Kershaw, Ross Stripling, Julio Urías, Alex Wood and Walker Buehler. Manager Dave Roberts said it’s possible May will piggyback Buehler’s start against the Astros next Tuesday in Houston. Dodgers hit seven home runs, sweep Colorado Rockies Fire danger is on Dave Roberts’ mind as Dodgers head to San Francisco