Surely this is not right

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i read an article today were a benefit claiment said their benefit stopped without warning and when she phoned up she was told its because she hadn't told them she moved but she didn't move and she had to make a new claim.

surely this isn't right that the DWP stop your claim because they are saying you moved when you didn't?

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    There's usually 2 sides a story and there has to be more to it than what was actually in the article.

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