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Downing Street has insisted that the so-called bedroom tax will remain in place, despite opposition from the Liberal Democrats. The Prime Minister's Official Spokesman said today: "The Government's policy hasn't changed and won't be changing." David Cameron's spokesman also stressed that the reform was "about fairness" af...
Shelter Press Office Sky high rents leaving scores of people caught in the ‘rent trap’ The ‘rent trap’ is taking hold of people across England, as new government...
Labour press release Emma Reynolds MP, Labour's Shadow Housing Minister, responding to the NAES Housing Market Report for June 2014, said: "Young people and fam...
Shelter press release 30% of calls for help go unanswered as charity struggles to keep up with demand Housing and homelessness charity Shelter has launched an ap...
CML press release Pace of lending growth slowed in June, says CML The Council of Mortgage Lenders estimates that gross mortgage lending reached £17.5 billion in...
Stephen Timms challenged the Liberal Democrats to vote against the ‘bedroom tax’, after the party shifted its stance on the sanctions. “The bedroom tax has clearl...
17/07/2014 on BBC News
17/07/2014 on Call Clegg, LBC Radio
17/07/2014 on BBC Breakfast
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