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‘Bedroom tax’: UK Government loses Court of Appeal cases

The Court of Appeal has ruled that the so-called bedroom tax discriminates against a domestic violence victim and the family of a disabled teenager. The ruling followed legal challenges by a woman who has a panic room in her home, and the grandparents of a 15-year-old who requires overnight care. The removal in 2013 of […]

Pep Guardiola provides a list of new Players to …………..

  Manchester United have largely been uninspiring under Louis van Gaal this season, struggling to keep all fans in Old Trafford on side, drawing blanks seven times in all competitions this season and ousted from the Champions League at the group stage. But United are planning for life after Van Gaal’s tenure, which will run […]

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Fifa crisis: Blatter-Platini payment a ‘conflict of interest’

Fifa president Sepp Blatter’s payment to Uefa chief Michel Platini was a “conflict of interest”, says Domenico Scala, chairman of the world governing body’s audit and compliance committee. Swiss Blatter, 79, and Frenchman Platini, 60, are suspended while Fifa investigates reports that a £1.35m payment was made in 2011 for work Platini did as Blatter’s […]