The DWP replied to my MP, who duly sent a copy of their response to myself.
1) Apparently the tribunal wasn't adjourned, I turned up on the wrong day. I can therefore only assume myself and my partner imagined that explanation and that the court clerk who acknowledged my appointment on arrival must have been looking at an imaginary list.
2) It wasn't adjouned due to the fact that, 'Mr Nicholson appears to be under the impression that the DWP haven't presented their evidence' but actually, 'the tribunal are in receipt of all evidence and haven't contacted us in any way since'.
3) 'Mr Nicholson was telephoned one hour prior to the appointment to be told not to come'. The appointment was 10.00am. The message on my answer phone was left at 10.01am. And why call on that day if I had arrived 'on the wrong day'. How very strange
So, myself AND my partner imagined that as well. Call me a cynic, but the tribunal, appear to know they have dropped a bit of a clanger and are now attempting to pin it on myself AND my partner by either calling us liars or playing on the brain injury and short term memory as the 'problem'. They are now not only making it up as they go along where I am concerned but they have now also told blatant untruths (that I can prove) to the Houses Of Parliament.