'Bedroom tax' tenants in appeal bid

Press Association
File photo dated 16/03/2013 of protesters taking part in a demonstration against the government's proposed 'Bedroom Tax', which would cut benefits to people with a spare room, as disabled people are taking their legal challenge to the Government's so-called
File photo dated 16/03/2013 of protesters taking part in a demonstration against the government's proposed 'Bedroom Tax', which would cut benefits to people with a spare room, as disabled people are taking their legal challenge to the Government's so-called

%VIRTUAL-SkimlinksPromo%Five disabled tenants are asking the Court of Appeal to declare the Government's so-called "bedroom tax" regulations unlawful.

The regulations, introduced in April last year, have led to reductions in housing benefit payments to tenants in social housing assessed through controversial "size criteria" to be under-occupying their accommodation.