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I can''t answer your question, but I can tell you that you''ve posted your question on a good site (compared to t''other place where I just read it!!)
Actually, though I can''t specifically answer, can I get you to provide more detail with your first point - how long did you live in the house on your own, and then when did your new partner move in? That might have a bearing on how much you could potentially claim, as in "why should the Ex subsidise your new partner living there?"