"Regulations state that jobseekers must be available to work up for a minimum of 35 hours a week, which Mr Slinger had agreed to. In fact, the tribunal was told that he had made himself available for 53 hours a week."
As Mr Hewitt pointed out, "Mr Slinger has demonstrated that, even within the restraints he has set himself, he has reasonable prospects of securing employment and he is both available for and actively seeking work."
This case is interesting because it raises the question of reasonable accomodation.
To read the article please see: http://www.secularism.org.uk/news/2013/07/tribunal-rules-that-ultra-orthodox-jewish-man-who-wouldnt-work-on-shabbat-is-entitled-to-benefits