Friday, 28 April 2017

Duty to support

The government’s decision under David Cameron to cap housing benefit payments to future supported housing tenants created a fundamental challenge to the viability of much-needed new specialist housing schemes. Mr Cameron’s successors are now tying themselves in knots trying to resolve the issue. So far, they are not succeeding.

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