David Simmons provides an update on the 'bedroom tax'.
David Simmons examines a recent First-tier Tribunal decision which looked at the issue of housing benefit (HB) entitlement for a long stay hospital patient who only returned to his normal home for occasional visits.
In the latest of an occasional series of articles on the decisions of social fund inspectors, David Simmons considers some recent cases about capital, repeat applications and budgeting loans.
David Simmons outlines the findings of the Work and Pensions Select Committee inquiry into the Government's proposed reform of incapacity benefits.
David Simmons highlights the most significant announcements relating to welfare benefits and tax credits.
David Simmons examines the barriers to accessing means-tested benefits for full-time students who have to interrupt their studies because of pregnancy.
David Simmons summarises the principal and consequential changes.
David Simmons sets out a critical analysis of the proposal to introduce a ‘benefit cap’ from April 2013.
David Simmons takes a look at the Government’s intention to replace the main means-tested benefits for working-age claimants with a universal credit.
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