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    Can I claim ESA when new partner moves in?
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    • 20th Oct 09, 2:55 PM
    Can I claim ESA when new partner moves in? 20th Oct 09 at 2:55 PM

    My new partner and I have just moved in together, he works full time but doesnt earn a great deal (brings home about £1,000 every 4 weeks)

    I have a 5 year old daughter and i get child tax credits.

    I am also disabled and get DLA Higher rate Mobility (car) and lower rate personal care (family help me daily)

    Am I entitled to claim ESA now? I am too ill to commit to working and will now lose income support due to partner moving in.

    thanks any help appreciated
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