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UPDATE: The Upper Tribunal has allowed the appeal - the judgment can be downloaded on the right of this page  UKUT 0502 (AAC). Judge Ward found that the "reasonable period" for which a woman can have a right to reside during pregnancy and the aftermath of childbirth is 52 weeks (and not 26 weeks as proposed by the Secretary of State), subject to individual circumstances. There will be a summary of the judgment in the October 2015 edition of CPAG's Welfare Rights Bulletin.
ADR v SSWP CIS/1288/2012 (Upper Tribunal (Administrative Appeals Chamber))