The IFS projects massive rises in child poverty up to 2020. Read more.
Government votes down Lords' amendment to keep proper reporting on child poverty. Read more.
Our Legal Trainee blogs on the government's decision to appeal our bedroom tax case win in the Supreme Court. Read more.
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Since the House of Lords voted to reject the government's plans to scrap child poverty reporting, it's now up to MPs - and you. Read more.
CPAG is urgently looking for case studies following the Court of Appeal’s decision in R(Rutherford) v Secretary of State for Work and Pensions  EWCA Civ 29, which is likely to be appealed to the Supreme Court.
CPAG won our bedroom tax appeal in the case of Paul and Susan Rutherford, who's grandson has severe disabilities and needs 24 hour care. Read more.
The House of Lords voted by an overwhelming majority to keep measures of child poverty that take account of family income. Read more.
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