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bart70
bart70 Community member Posts: 74 Courageous
Due to me moving back in with my partner and me been on uc while she was on legacy we had to change to a joint uc claim.

while on child tax credits they paid £65 a week as he receives DLA at middle rate for living and lower rate for mobility. Uc now only allow £132.89 or £30.66 a week a reduction of £34.34 a week or £148.80 a month!

I did hear there was a court case in which the judge ruled that DWP had to put this right, as it clearly discriminates against disabled children. Has anyone on here heard anything or have a link to the ruling?

thanks in advance for any information. 

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