Lawyers representing adults and children with disabilities have won permission to challenge the legality of the Government's so-called "bedroom tax" in the Court of Appeal.
- An appeal judge has ruled ten test cases should be heard
- The appeal was granted on the ground they raise issues of public importance
- Cases illustrate "serious impact" of regulations on disabled people up and down the country in social housing
Earlier this week, ITV News reported on the story of a blind man who won his case against Westminster Council.
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