A disabled boy’s grandparents have beaten Iain Duncan Smith’s heartless bid to block a court appeal on the Bedroom Tax that will decide whether he carries on living with them or goes into care.
Doting Paul and Susan Rutherford were targeted by the cruel levy, which will force them to quit their three-bed home, two years ago and fought it with a judical review.
Grandson Warren, 15, needs round-the-clock attention from two people and because of their own disabilities the couple rely on help from paid carers – who need to sleep over regularly.
Without their third bedroom they will lose their support lifeline and Warren, who has Potocki-Shaffer syndrome, will go into care with the taxpayer footing the bill.
DWP chief Mr Duncan Smith urged judges to throw out the couple’s challenge.
But last month Lord Justice Underhill and Lord Justice Stanley Burnton ruled their case must be heard…
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