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Would I be entitled to get standard rate of UC plus the carers element of UC?

ponies
ponies Member Posts: 100 Connected
edited September 28 in Universal Credit (UC)
Getting Universal Credit standard rate, over 25yrs old.
if being a Carer and claiming Carers element of UC would I still be entitled to get the standard rate of UC plus the Carers element of UC 

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