The cost of housing will force benefit claimants further into destitution if the £500 cap goes ahead, the lawyer representing three single mothers has said.
Rebekah Carrier, the lawyer leading the case against the Government's flagship welfare reform, said "the reality" was the amount needed to stay in a women's refuge would prove too costly for those surviving on £500 per week.
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