Do you understand the new 'fit note'?

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On 6 April 2010 the medical statements which doctors use to sign people off work because of illness or injury changed to statements of fitness to work (often referred to as 'fit notes'). Whilst they are undoubtedly a good idea in theory, there is a great deal of uncertainty about how

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