The term ‘worker’ when used within community legislation should not be interpreted restrictively.
C-139/85, R-139/85,  EUECJ R-139/85,  ECR 1741
Cited – Barry v London Borough of Southwark CA 19-Dec-2008
The claimant a citizen of the Netherlands, appealed against the refusal to grant him housing assistance. He had been unemployed save for taking casual work during the Wimbledon championships, but the Authority had denied that he was a worker. He had . .
Cited – Prix v Secretary of State for Work and Pensions SC 31-Oct-2012
The claimant had come from France to England, and worked as a teaching assistant. She set out on a course to train as a teacher but became pregnant, gave up the course, and eventually gave up work temporarily. Her claim to Income Support was refused . .
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Updated: 22 May 2022; Ref: scu.134103