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Bedroom Tax : Round Two  - Posted 9 May 2017


In this post Alice Richardson considers the Upper Tribunal judgment in Secretary of State for Work and Pensions v Carmichael and Sefton BC handed down on 27 April looking at  the wider implications for cases in which a court or tribunal holds that subordinate legislation is incompatible with convention rights.

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