Four working single mothers have won a High Court challenge over the government’s universal credit scheme.

The women say they are struggling financially because of variation in their monthly payments.

They argued a “fundamental problem” with the scheme meant their monthly payments varied “enormously”, leaving them up out of pocket.

Lawyers for the women said the problem was likely to affect “tens of thousands of people” claiming the benefit.

On Friday it was announced that Danielle Johnson, Claire Woods,

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