Actually thinking about it more I think it is that you get to keep it for up to twelve months as long as you already held it for at least six months.
Fourteen months seems odd - unless they count the twelve months as starting when your last one expired (which could have easily expired two months after you were no longer on PPS).
Why do single parents get more money than partnered parents? Seems odd since partnered parents have an extra person to feed.
This reminds me of that time when I heard an adult ask why water is needed to make sandcastles..
but what if neither are able to work? I guess maybe it is based on your situation just saw it mentioned in the thread and thought it was strange
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