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CL v Secretary of State for Work and Pensions [2020] UKUT 146 (AAC) (28 April 2020)

This decision deals with the requirement that a claimant must have been 'living in' in the common travel area for three months before entitlement to a jobseeker's allowance can begin. It decides that:
(a) 'living in' must be applied on its ordinary meaning and not as a modified form of habitual residence; and
(b) the test is valid in EU law.

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