- Court of Appeal upholds findings—Universal Credit ‘migration’ arrangements discriminatory (R (on the application of TP and others) v Secretary of State for Work and Pensions (Equality and Human Rights Commission intervening)
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- What was the background?
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Local Government Law analysis: The Court of Appeal rejected appeals by the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions against two related High Court judgments finding aspects of the regulations introduced to implement Universal Credit to be discriminatory. Written by Tom Mead, solicitor and Emma Dowden-Teale, partner, both at Bates Wells.
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