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    You cannot know until you make a claim, they will ask you what happened and your last employer and make a decision based on what has been said, it will probably be a claim for Universal credit.
    "You've been reading SOS when it's just your clock reading 5:05 "
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    Have a look to see if this applies:
    https://www.citizensadvice.org.uk/work/discrimination-at-work/common-situations/termination-of-employment-and-disability-discrimination/
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