My partner only works 16 hours, why am i not entitiled to (IR) ESA?
hi I've received a letter back from hackney ibr, post code wv98 2dy regarding the esa50ibr form I sent off around 9 weeks ago as I was placed on contribution eesa back in 23013 transitioned over from incapacity the letter says I am not entitled to esa(ir) as' my partners part time earnings exceed' ! does anyone know what this means as my partner only works 16hrs, I have looked into this and it says if your partner works for more than 24 hours you wont be entitled so I am very confused as my partner only works 16hours a week,please I need help
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