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Statutory sick pay and employment support allowance is “manifestly inadequate”, says European committee of social rights.
Party says worker's rights should be 'front and centre' of political debate due to the 'rapidly changing world of work'
Campaigners are granted judicial review of policy, which stops benefits being paid for more than two children.
Department for Work and Pensions unlawfully stopped people going to tribunal to challenge refusals, judges say.
Professional group joins Labour in warning that claimants for children born of non-consensual sex may be criminalised.
Supreme court rules fees of up to £1,200 are ‘inconsistent with access to justice’ and government may have to pay back £27m.
Opposition calls for parliamentary debate, saying women risk being criminalised if two-child limit is imposed in region.
Landmark ruling means former cavalry officer’s husband will enjoy the same pension rights as a widow would.
Policy has caused ‘real misery to no good purpose’ as parents of children under two do not qualify for free childcare.
Controversial move, which requires woman who had third child as result of rape to verify her position, added to existing act.
Victims meant to be exempt from two-child limit, but with weeks to launch no systems are in place, claims SNP politician.
Bus drivers must now pressure passengers to make room in ruling described by Doug Paulley as ‘significant cultural change’.
Lack of housing lawyers has led to fall in number of challenges to evictions at time of record repossessions in rental market.
Panel upholds claim of Jacqueline Carmichael, who is disabled, and carers Paul and Susan Rutherford against housing law.
European court of justice set to throw out challenge by European commission over right to residence requirement.
The government has lost the latest round of its legal battle to stop thousands of jobseekers clawing back £130m in benefits.
Tories face pressure to look at impact of welfare cuts on 11m disabled people after House of Lords report identifies series of failures.
Ruling will halt thousands of applications involving those with learning disabilities who need treatment involving loss of liberty.
Women’s rights groups also among activists outside court where judges will consider appeals claiming tax is discriminatory.
Victory for mother of four children in Northern Ireland, if upheld on appeal, could add millions to DWP’s benefit bill across the UK.
Prime minister signals flexible stance over mooted four-year ban after meeting Polish PM and opposition from other EU states.
High court finds that two claimants caring for relatives for upwards of 35 hours a week were effectively in work and should be exempt from cap.
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