MiL is in a care home (has been for three years), and is fully funded by the NHS (Continuing Healthcare). During the past three years the DWP has continued to pay her pension, including pension credit. But now they are saying that they shouldn't have paid the Pension Credit element, and want to claw it back. Everything I can find online (from various charity sites, mainly) says that Pension Credit ISN'T affected if you live in a care home and have NHS Continuing Healthcare funding. (Except if there is a DLA element, which there isn't in this case). But they are having none of it - the bloke who phoned (why can't they do this by letter?) was insistent. He says that all of this internet advice from charities is wrong. Does anyone have chapter and verse on this? Can you point me to the various regulations that cover it? Thanks for your help, Paul.