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Regulation 29 of 2008 ESA regulations

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What is the equivalent of the Regulation 29 of 2008 ESA regulations for Universal Credit, please?

It was awarded to a claimant during an ESA tribunal with the words " However if he were found capable of work this would result in a substantial risk to his physical health" as there weren't enough points for ESA without it. 


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