I was so going to rest today, wallowing in my post-conference come-down.
But this news is just too good not to share! http://www.theguardian.com/society/2013/sep/26/bedroom-tax-westminster-council-defeat
A few weeks ago, a judicial ruling in Scotland found the government to be acting unlawfully over certain aspects of the bedroom tax.
However, most of us had no idea whether that would set any kind of precedent for UK law.
Well, today a judge has ruled against the Conservative controlled Westminster council. The guardian report that
"A central London housing association tenant has won an appeal against the imposition of the bedroom tax by Conservative-run Westminster city council, in what is thought to be the first such victory in England"
The judge ruled that
"The term 'bedroom' is nowhere defined [in the relevant regulations]. I apply the ordinary English meaning. The room in question cannot be so defined."
You can read more about it here http://www.theguardian.com/society/2013/sep/26/bedroom-tax-westminster-council-defeat
Please, as ever, share with your networks and RT this as widely as possible. It's unadulterated good news