It would only be a problem if you knowingly knew you were over the earnings limit. It can be one penny over.

Was it regularly over by 15p.
https://www.spinal.co.uk/how-we-help/peer-support-service/ Have you heard of the above? If you can get some local support for husband. This will help you in the first instance and can open over avenues. https://www.backuptrust.org.uk/support-for-you/need-to-talk/i-am-a-family-member Make contact wit...
I think you may get a quicker response if you contact your local M.P.

https://www.parliament.uk/get-involved/contact-your-mp/
https://www.gov.uk/government/organisat ... -procedure

You can contact us about any aspect of the service you’ve received, including:

mistakes that have been made
unreasonable delays
how you’ve been treated
not being kept informed
It's possible there will be a need to provide bank statements for the periods mentioned. They will be assessing income threshold over these dates. To see if your caree was entitled to additional monies to which they didn't receive.
https://www.moneysavingexpert.com/poll/12-11-2019/the-mse-leaders-debate-2019-pick-key-issues-for-pm-candidates Please vote in the poll. State pension inequality: What will you do to help women born in the '50s, who are struggling as they weren't told in time that their state pensions would be delay...
Supported accommodation isn't just for physical disabilities it's also for emotional support. I would suggest talking directly to Social Services and/or your local Age UK. What type of personal care do you provide? If you are receiving carers allowance does that mean your friend is in receipt of DLA...
You are in a state of bereavement for your old self. Things will never now be the same. However, you have the power to reclaim something for your self. Have you had any counselling? You need a person who is unconnected and impartial and is just for you. Are you connected to any carer groups. If not ...
Try premier inns where there should be no access problems. They are more geared up to most other hotels.

https://www.booking.com/accessible-trav ... en-gb.html

https://www.disabledaccessholidays.com/ ... London.asp