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The leaflet explains what you can do for different types of benefit decisions. Find out more about cookies. Os credwch fod ein penderfyniad yn anghywir — GL24W Ref: Decision dated before 28 October This leaflet explains what to do if you think a benefit decision dated before 28 October is wrong.