|Source:||All England Reporter|
|Publisher Citation:|| All ER (D) 124 (May)|
|Neutral Citation:|| UKSC 18|
Lord Walker, Lady Hale, Lord Clarke, Lord Wilson and Lord Reed SCJJ
|Representation||Richard Drabble QC and Sasha Blackmore (instructed by Ford Simey LLP) for the father.|
|Jason Coppel and Katherine Eddy (instructed by the Office of Revenue and Customs Commissioners) for the Revenue.|
|Judgment Dates:||16 May 2012|
Social security - Child benefit - Entitlement to benefit - Claimant having care of children for three days per week - Claimant claiming child tax credit in respect of children - Defendant Revenue and Customs Commissioners refusing claim on basis that claimant minority carer - Appeal tribunal finding that relevant provisions giving rise to indirect discrimination against men - Revenue appealing - Upper Tribunal and Court of Appeal upholding Revenue' appeal - Claimant appealing to Supreme Court - Whether Court of Appeal erring - Whether relevant provision discriminatory - Whether discrimination objectively justified - Child Tax Credit Regulations 2002, .