‘We have to keep fighting’: Legacy benefits campaigners call for systemic change after court defeat
Legacy benefits claimants took the government to court over a DWP decision not to give them the £20-a-week universal credit uplift
The High Court ruling on legacy benefits is a bitter blow for disabled people
The high court ruling on legacy benefits proves disabled people who suffered through the pandemic are being ignored, argues Rachel Charlton-Dailey.
Legacy benefits claimants lose High Court appeal over pandemic payments
Claimants who did not have their benefits uplifted in line with universal credit during the pandemic have had their case for backdated payments dismissed