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My wife was recently reviewed for pip. She was receiving the standard rate for care and mobility. After the atos lady reviewed her in our home we have received a letter detailing why that have removed her mobility component. The letter stated that my wife claimed that she was unable to plan a journey to unfamiliar place and she has said she disagrees with this and she can plan a journey etc. My wife is suffering from paranoid schizophrenia. When we ask for a mandatory reconsideration do we need to present medical evidence because without it it is just their word against ours. And will it make any difference