How much is the carer's allowance in the UK?

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If you are a certified carer, you have the right to claim a carer's allowance. As of 2012, a carer should get a weekly allowance of £58.45. For more information, visit: http://www.direct.gov.uk/en/moneytaxandbenefits/benefitstaxcreditsandothersupport/caringforsomeone/dg_10018705
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