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22 June, 2022

Period of jurisdiction on appeals against decisions undertaken as part of a Legal Entitlements and Administrative Practices exercise

YA v Secretary of State for Work and Pensions
[2022] UKUT 143 (AAC)
UA-2021-000150-PIP

26 May, 2022

Amendments to ‘managing medication’ criteria in PIP activity 3 in 2017 were not ultra vires, did not breach human rights law, and DWP’s failure to consult on them was not unlawful

CK v SSWP (PIP); JM v SSWP (PIP)
[2022] UKUT 122 (AAC)
Reported as [2023] AACR 1
UA-2018-002190-PIP & UA-2020-000227-PIP

25 May, 2022

Claimant’s right to reside as a jobseeker did not preclude her from relying on derivative right to reside as primary carer of child of EEA national to establish entitlement to housing benefit

Sandwell Metropolitan Borough Council v KK and Secretary of State for Work and Pensions (HB)
[2022] UKUT 123 (AAC)
UA-2019-001124-HB

11 May, 2022

First-tier Tribunal’s ignorance of fact that claimant was working in period after date of decision under appeal did not give grounds for supersession of the tribunal’s decision

BM v Secretary of State for Work and Pensions (DLA)
[2022] UKUT 101 (AAC)
UA-2020-000040-DLA & UA-2020-000041

4 May, 2022

Dentures do not need to assist with both chewing and swallowing in order to count as an aid or appliance for taking nutrition

CB v Secretary of State for Work and Pensions (PIP)
[2022] UKUT 100 (AAC)
UA-2021-002048-PIP

7 April, 2022

Requirement for women whose husbands received a Category A retirement pension prior to April 2008 to make a claim for a Category B pension is not unlawful

GM v Secretary of State for Work and Pensions (RP)
[2022] UKUT 85 (AAC)
Reported as [2023] AACR 2
UA-2021-001262

31 March, 2022

Evidence needed to decide whether a person has failed to accept a claimant commitment

FO v Secretary of State for Work and Pensions (UC)
[2022] UKUT 56 (AAC)
CUC/1792/2020