From BBC News.
Ministers have backed down in a row over paying higher disability benefits to 164,000 people by saying they will not contest a High Court decision.
Work and Pensions Secretary Esther McVey said she would not appeal December’s judgement over payments to people with mental health conditions.
Ministers had sought to limit those suffering psychological distress from claiming higher rates of benefits.
Campaigners said this was “crude and unfair” and welcomed the U-turn.
The government introduced regulations last March stating that people who could not travel independently on the grounds of psychological distress, as opposed to other conditions, were not entitled to the enhanced mobility rate of Personal Independence Payment.
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