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10 October, 2019

Welfare rights

Labour Leader restates commitment to scrap universal credit

 

Housing

Amendments to provisions relating to intentionality and local connection in Scottish homelessness legislation

 

Employment

Court of Appeal considers whether dismissal on grounds of redundancy, later changed to grounds of theft, amounted to racial harassment

 

Community care

Council found to be at fault for failing to reassess disabled woman’s care plan for five years

 

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