Bedroom Tax Appeal Looms

The UK Government's controversial "bedroom tax" policy could be thrown into chaos later this month. The Department for Work and Pensions is launching a bid to overturn a landmark ruling that size does matter when it comes to defining a bedroom.

If it fails, it will set a precedent that could spell the beginning of the end for the so-called bedroom tax.

At the heart of the matter is Fife man David Nelson, who won a groundbreaking test case in Kirkcaldy a year ago when top QC Simon Collins ruled that size and usage should be taken into account when deciding what constitutes a bedroom.

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