Bartlett & Others v Secretary of State for Work & Pensions - DLA is "special benefit" and can lawfully be made subject to residence requirements

Regulation 1408/71 does not prevent mobility element of Disability Living Allowance being subject to a requirement of residence in Great Britain, since it counts as a "special non-contributory cash benefit".

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