The government is yet to exempt certain people with a disability from the bedroom tax despite a Supreme Court ruling two months ago.
Housing associations in Northern Ireland have called on the government to honour its pledge to mitigate the effects of the bedroom tax, despite the political turmoil in the country.
As the Supreme Court rules on the bedroom tax, other controversial policies are manifestly without details, says Jules Birch
Lawyer Giles Peaker takes a closer look at the implications of the Supreme Court’s bedroom tax judgements
The Supreme Court has ruled in favour of two bedroom tax appeals from families who argued they had suffered unlawful discrimination due to their disability.
The Scottish Government is not ambitious enough in its social security plans and should use its powers to create a new benefit to mitigate against welfare reforms.
The affordability of homes in the North should help retain talented graduates but many still opt for the South, says Carol Matthews
The bedroom tax is failing to free up larger social homes in London, according to research by the G15 group of housing associations.
Capping housing benefits for pensioners risks bringing in a new bedroom tax, says Carol Matthews
The proportion of social housing tenants with rent arrears spiked following the introduction of the bedroom tax, new data reveals.
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The bedroom tax unlawfully discriminates against domestic violence victims and disabled children, the Court of Appeal has ruled.