Single mothers in High Court victory over Universal Credit



Amber Rudd has been urged to take “immediate steps” over the way the controversial Universal Credit is calculated following a High Court victory for four working single mothers.
A lawyer representing one of the successful women said the work and pensions secretary should now “ensure that no other claimants are adversely affected”.
Tessa Gregory, of law firm Leigh Day, who represented part-time dinner lady and mother-of-one Danielle Johnson, from West Yorkshire, said the minister should also “ensure all those who have suffered because of this unlawful conduct are swiftly and fairly... read more

 
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