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Supreme court to decide on 'unlawful' bedroom tax

23 February 2016
Our Legal Trainee blogs on the government's decision to appeal our bedroom tax case win in the Supreme Court.

CPAG is urgently looking for bedroom tax cases

02 February 2016
CPAG is urgently looking for case studies following the Court of Appeal’s decision in R(Rutherford) v Secretary of State for Work and Pensions [2016] EWCA Civ 29, which is likely to be appealed to the Supreme Court.

Bedroom tax case wins in court of appeal

28 January 2016
CPAG won our bedroom tax appeal in the case of Paul and Susan Rutherford, whose grandson has severe disabilities and needs 24 hour care.

CPAG's response to DWP evaluation of the Removal of the Spare Room Subsidy (RSRS)

17 July 2014
CPAG’s response to the DWP evaluation of the Removal of the Spare Room Subsidy (RSRS) published today.

Family with disabled child to appeal against ‘bedroom tax’ ruling

30 May 2014
CPAG and the Rutherfords judicial review challenge has been dismissed by the High Court - but we will fight on.

‘Bedroom tax’ legal hearing for children with overnight care needs

16 May 2014
Child Poverty Action Group is acting for Susan and Paul Rutherford today at the High Court in a judicial review challenge to the ‘bedroom tax’.

MPs debate the bedroom tax

12 November 2013
Paul Ruthertord, CPAG's claimant in our bedroom tax test case, lobbied MPs ahead of the debate in the Commons today. Read his open letter and more about our test case.

DWP drops Supreme Court appeal over disabled children ‘bedroom tax’

12 March 2013
The DWP has dropped its appeal on the 'Gorry' case, for which CPAG provided legal representation, and has today told local authorities to allow an extra bedroom for children who are unable to share because of their severe disabilities.

Fact check: disabled children and the bedroom tax

08 March 2013
Mike Spencer, CPAG's Legal Officer, has written a blog for the Nearly Legal site on the bedroom tax.