THE SUPREME COURT has ruled that a consultation carried out by
Haringey Council before a decision to reduce council-tax benefit,
All five judges agreed that the council should have set out
alternative methods of absorbing a shortfall in government funding.
In doing so, they agreed with the Revd Paul Nicolson, a retired
priest, who is also challenging the decision by the council to
impose a £125 order for costs on everyone summoned to a
magistrates' court for not ...
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