Just two Scottish Nationalist Party (SNP) MPs turned up to vote against the bedroom tax in the House of Commons earlier today after a prosal to repeal the tax was put forward by Labour MP Ian Lavery.
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Five self-defeating cuts which are not only unfair, but fail on the coalition’s own criteria of deficit-reduction.
Nine months on from the implementation of the bedroom tax, Gloria Roberts looks at the impact it’s had so far.
David Cameron will face a difficult meeting later this week as the heads of the UK’s devolved governments meet.
Ed Miliband will use a speech at party conference on Saturday to commit a future Labour government to repealing the coalition’s Bedroom Tax.
Rather than address Raquel Rolnik’s points about the Bedroom Tax, the government has engaged in character assassination.
Brighton and Hove’s Green-led council has been accused of “acting as agents for the Tory-led coalition” after a letter emerged which appears to contradict the council’s pledge to not evict council tenants who are unable to pay the ‘bedroom tax’.