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  1. Hi, I am in receipt of Employment Support Allowance and I would like to run a small not for profit community project, which I would like to register as a Community Interest Company (CIC) and would volunteer running it part time ( a couple of hours per week). I understand if I’m in receipt of ESA I am allowed to do some ‘permitted work’, and that specifically includes volunteering for a CIC company. However, I cannot find any information whether you can or cannot register your own CIC and volunteer for your own CIC while in receipt of ESA. If anyone has any information on this, I’d be most grateful. x
  2. I everyone, I was just wondering if the above is correct? Unfortunately I have to claim on one of policies (CIC), however the insurer is placing unexpected restrictions on the policy. I was not told this when I took out the policy and if I knew I wouldn't have purchased the cover. They have so far refused to pay out, despite me meeting the (EXTREMELY) harsh criteria. Have I been miss-sold? Cheers
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