The Court of Appeal will rule today on the legality of the Government's so-called "bedroom tax," which campaigners say unlawfully discriminates against the disabled.
Judges will also decide in a separate case whether or not the "benefit cap" violates human rights laws and the common law because of its impact on vulnerable families.
More top news
Missing RAF gunner Corrie McKeague's mother has said he had an account on a swingers' website.
"I will work with him where we can, but I just didn't want to go celebrate or legitimise or normalise his presidency," one US lawmaker said.
Former US President George H.W. Bush is in intensive care after suffering from pneumonia, as his wife is admitted as a precaution.