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Welfare challenges get support

Tim Wyatt

by Tim Wyatt

Posted: 13 Mar 2015 @ 12:32

A SMALL anti-poverty charity is supporting two legal challenges to the Government's welfare reforms.

Zacchaeus 2000 Trust, known as Z2K, was founded by the Revd Paul Nicolson, a retired priest and long-standing campaigner.

It is backing two separate judicial reviews: one of the new disability and incapacity benefit Personal Independence Payment (PIP); and another of how a coun-cil is distributing discretionary housing payments (DHPs) to people hit by the so-called ...

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