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Lower benefit cap would 'push affordable rents out of reach'

23/10/2014 0:00 am

Affordable rents would be out of reach for families on benefit in London if welfare is capped at £23,000 a year, landlords have warned.

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Campaign group calls for Lord Freud's resignation

23/10/2014 0:00 am

The Learning Disability Alliance England has issued ten reasons why Lord David Freud should resign following his comments about disabled people being ‘not being worth’ the living wage.

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High Court rejects single parents' bedroom tax challenge

23/10/2014 0:00 am

Three single parents, who claimed the bedroom tax breached their human rights by limiting access to their children, have had their case rejected by a High Court judge.

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Landmark appeal against out of London placements refused

22/10/2014 4:32 pm

Councils can house tenants outside of London without carrying out a detailed assessment of all the available properties nearby, a landmark court ruling has confirmed.

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