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Severe disablement allowance
Due to being homeless in 2017 and being on ESA with sdp I moved into an ex partners flat, due to this I was forced to move onto a joint claim of universal credit. I later moved out that year only to be told I couldn't return to ESA and would have to continue claiming Uc. Whilst with my ex she claimed carers for me as my sdp was stopped. When I moved out I was told I would no longer be eligible to sdp because I moved in with a partner who claimed carers allowance. So since I moved out I have been reduced benefits by £64.50 a week all because the transitional period of sdp and Uc doesn't cover if you move in with a partner. This is sickening and due to this even though I'm not well I've been forced to look for permitted work to top up my money