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A very common situation, unfortunately.. Easily Distracted By Dragons And Books Blanket. If you need to apply for benefits for a few months, on a temporary basis, regardless of having worked a lot, you are let down by the system.

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Hard-working citizens are usually given this treatment when they need. On the other hand, people who have been on benefits forever, are given more benefits. The opposite tends to be true. The longer you claim the more difficult it seems to be to claim it. Even those who are permanently and significantly disabled are scrutinised and tested to the utmost every two years or less. Easily Distracted By Dragons And Books Blanket.  Sorry, but it actually is true of ESA. Being on contribution based (where you have paid into the system for a certain length of time) has far fewer benefits and extras than income based (where you haven’t paid into the system) does. Things like free prescriptions and dentists and even a new boiler. I’ve recently been through it all with a disabled friend and its actually jaw dropping how much he lost out on because he had been working all his life. Universal credit may be different though. Childless people don’t need as much welfare as they don’t have children… You’re luck you had savings. You sound like a selfish self entitled person. You get exactly the same income support as a lone parent as you do as a single person with no kids (£73.10). The extra money you get from child benefit and child tax credits is for the child. I agree…i have several health issues and work. Was told to claim UC by the landlord as I was only on £850 a month from wages at the time. Got denied UC and pay full rent and bills out of my wages and no help.

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