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Supreme Court hands down judgment in 'Fratila' case

2nd December, 2021

On Wednesday 1 December 2021 the Supreme Court handed down its judgment in the ‘Fratila’ case.  The full decision can be found here: https://www.supremecourt.uk/cases/uksc-2021-0008.html This was an appeal taken

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As always our Social Security Bulletin will include case summaries of all the important recent Social Security deci… https://t.co/Xnazued3ZL

Also look out for details of our Adviser Network Meeting on 14 January when we will be discussing Fratila, the Nort… https://t.co/Wlub5KG0lW

It still remains for CG v DfC to go back before the Tribunal. See our note to advisers in Northern Ireland on our… https://t.co/zsLEkg8h88

The Supreme Court unanimously allows the Secretary of State's appeal in Fratila. The Court did not consider it appr… https://t.co/R6zZp8TtaC