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Simon Osborne reviews recent caselaw and guidance concerning when a tribunal considering an appeal about the work capability assessment should call for the previous medical report.
Issue 261 (December 2017)
UK
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Henri Krishna describes new rules regarding help with mortgage interest and similar help from next April.
Issue 261 (December 2017)
UK
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Ros White considers a recent judgment warning to First-tier Tribunals not to take HMRC submissions at face value.
Issue 261 (December 2017)
UK
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Ros White considers CPAG’s recent test case success in the Upper Tribunal.
Issue 260 (October 2017)
UK
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Martin Williams looks at the DWP practice of ‘closing’ claims to universal credit (UC).
Issue 260 (October 2017)
UK
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Simon Osborne reviews recent caselaw about personal independence payment (PIP) and ‘social support’ when engaging with other people.
Issue 260 (October 2017)
UK
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Following the introduction of the ‘two-child limit’ in April 2017 (as described in Bulletin 257), Mark Willis takes a closer look at the exceptions now that government guidance is available.
Issue 260 (October 2017)
UK
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Carla Clarke reviews the latest on legal challenges to the benefit cap.
Issue 259 (August 2017)
UK
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Simon Osborne looks at the rules regarding claimants ‘migrating’ from employment and support allowance (ESA) to universal credit (UC).
Issue 259 (August 2017)
UK
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Kirsty McKechnie and Jenny Duncan describe an important step towards primary legislation regarding benefits in Scotland.
Issue 259 (August 2017)
UK, Scotland
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David Simmons describes some of the issues when a claimant is paid twice during a universal credit (UC) monthly assessment period.
Issue 259 (August 2017)
UK
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Employment support allowance (ESA) stops in certain situations, including where the claimant does not have limited capability for work (LCW) or is treated as not having LCW following failure to attend a medical examination without a good reason. Martin Williams takes a closer look.
Issue 258 (June 2017)
UK