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    I suppose there is no news on this supposed uplift yet so no good news for christmas just the easter bunny to look forward to

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    Quote Originally Posted by StueyR View Post
    I suppose there is no news on this supposed uplift yet so no good news for christmas just the easter bunny to look forward to
    That's correct, you can follow one of the claimants involved in the court case on twitter, a guy named Phil. I can provide a link to his profile page, it you want it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisDA95 View Post
    That's correct, you can follow one of the claimants involved in the court case on twitter, a guy named Phil. I can provide a link to his profile page, it you want it.
    Apologies I thought I had better get Phil's permission first before posting a link to his Twitter page, but if anyone wants to keep up to date with the court case. Here it is:

    https://mobile.twitter.com/Phil_Free_

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    Isn't it about time an announcement was made?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kine View Post
    Isn't it about time an announcement was made?
    Wouldn't that depend on whether the judge had finished his Christmas holidays?

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    I thought we had the outcome and it was declined maybe Im wrong but thats the impression I got

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    Quote Originally Posted by StueyR View Post
    I thought we had the outcome and it was declined maybe Im wrong but thats the impression I got
    Where did you hear that? The judgement certainly hasn't been published as yet on Bailli.

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    The Department for Work and Pensions' appeal was unanimously allowed by the UK's highest court today without a hearing, as a CJEU ruling in July 'definitively' answered the case.1 Dec 2021

    I hope Im mis reading - all this

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    Quote Originally Posted by StueyR View Post
    I hope Im mis reading - all this
    Yes you are misreading it entirely, that's a different case altogether.

    PS. It helps if you put a link to what you are quoting from, I had to search to find it>
    https://www.lawgazette.co.uk/news/su...110765.article

    If you read the paragraphs above and below the bit you quoted you'll see that that's the "Fratila" case which is about the "right of EU nationals with pre-settled status to claim universal credit".

    It's about Brexit and whether imigrants from Europe with pre-settled status have an automatic right to UC after Brexit or not.
    Last edited by nukecad; Yesterday at 09:08.
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    That's about a different thing altogether; the right of EU nationals with settled status being allowed to claim: https://www.lawgazette.co.uk/news/su...110765.article

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