Benefit cuts to be challenged in High Court

Neil Puffett
Wednesday, July 20, 2011

A High Court judge is set to rule on the legality of controversial housing benefit cuts after a child poverty charity launched a legal challenge.

High Court will hear that the government failed to pay due regard to general equality duties. Image: High Court
High Court will hear that the government failed to pay due regard to general equality duties. Image: High Court

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