Grand Chamber of the European Court of Human Rights rules against UK in gender violence ‘bedroom tax’ case
The Grand Chamber of the European Court of Human Rights has rejected the UK Government’s request to reconsider the ‘bedroom tax’ case of A v the United Kingdom. The UK Government has been found to have unlawfully discriminated against vulnerable victims of domestic violence. ‘A’ and her legal team now call on the UK Government to execute the Court’s judgment and end this discrimination without delay.
A press release with full details can be found here.