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Response to the All-Party Parliamentary Group for Terminal Illness’ Inquiry into the Legal Definition of Terminal Illness

Personal Independence Payment • Terminal illness | 08/09/22 | Consultation response • Policy documents

Immigration

Submission to the Advisory Committee to the Framework Convention for the Protection of National Minorities

Migrant rights | 07/09/22 | Policy documents • Submission

Immigration

Response to the Department of Justice Modern Slavery & Human Trafficking Strategy 2021/22

Modern slavery and human trafficking | 07/09/22 | Consultation response • Policy documents

Employment

Employment Tribunal – The Process

A flowchart explaining the process for making a claim to the Employment Tribunal.

Employment rights | 05/09/22 | Poster

An oversight of evidence may affect a tribunal’s conclusions about the credibility of a claimant’s case.

JNMcH v. Department for Communities (PIP) [2022] NI Com 4

Appeal procedure | 02/09/22 | Case note

NI High Court decides different treatment of Statutory Maternity Pay and Maternity Allowance under Universal Credit rules is lawful

In the matter of an application by ‘RK’ for judicial review [2022] NIQB 29

Maternity Allowance | 02/09/22 | Case note

ESA: The capital value of a half share of a property which the occupier is unwilling to sell, is nil.

PF v. Department for Communities (ESA) [2022] NI Com 5

ESA | 02/09/22 | Case note

A tribunal must address the claimant’s criticisms of a disability assessment report

SMCA v. Department for Communities (PIP) [2022] NI Com 3

Appeal procedure | 02/09/22 | Case note

A risk of unfairness arises when a subsequent tribunal doesn’t comply with an earlier tribunal’s direction that an identical panel should conclude an appeal hearing.

RH v. Department for Communities (PIP) [2022] NI Com 8

Appeal procedure | 02/09/22 | Case note

The distinction drawn between on remand prisoners in housing benefit rules is lawful.

Ryan Taylor v. Department for Communities and Department for Work and Pensions [2022] NICA 21

Housing Benefit | 02/09/22 | Case note

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