Sunday, 04 December 2016

Neil blasts 'unacceptable uncertainty' over 'LHA cap'

A Scottish housing minister has described the uncertainty over the Local Housing Allowance cap for supported housing as “unacceptable”, in a strongly-worded letter to Lord David Freud.

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