Hello everyone. I am having major trouble with ATOS, the 'health professionals' who conduct work capability and other medical assessments for the Department for Work and Pensions in the UK. In a nutshell, two 'health professionals' have lied to my face and on the medical reports they have then sent to the DWP, majorly impacting and hindering my disability benefits. I have asked to record future assessments I attend and have been told that I have to comply with a very strict set of rules. They say I can only record the assessment using non-digital recorders and using equipment that can make two simultaneous copies of the recordings at once, so a dual cassette recorder or something like that. They're stuck in the 90s and insist on something obsolete like cassettes. I have been told I am not allowed to use any Dictaphones and the likes, a mobile phone or anything that records digitally. I've hunted high and low for a dual cassette recorder that would work and I am falling short. The best I can find is a Philips AQ1001/05 Cassette Player...but I'd have to buy two. I am not sure if they will accept this as it is two separate machines and recordings. They will only allow me to record if two copies can be provided there and then, one for me and one for ATOS - to prevent me being able to meddle with their copy of the recording. They have refused to provide recording equipment themselves. Are there any cheap dual recorders? I am on a strict budget, especially given that ATOS have sabotaged my income. Thanks in advance for your advice.