Mar 182013
 

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Joint Statement and Petition by DPAC and Black Triangle Anti-Defamation Campaign in Defence of Disability Rights on the Labour Party Campaign Against the Bedroom Tax

 

 

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  3 Responses to “Joint Statement and Petition by DPAC and Black Triangle Anti-Defamation Campaign in Defence of Disability Rights on the Labour Party Campaign Against the Bedroom Tax”

  1. “Following a briefing from Ed Miliband at Monday’s meeting of the parliamentary Labour party, they had been warned that anyone who stepped out of line would be sacked.”

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/politics/2013/mar/21/labour-abstention-workfare-bill-byrne?fb=native&commentpage=3

  2. considering the government ministers milk this country of millions, its they who should be paying bedroom tax

  3. There is absolutely no way that this bedroom tax can be justified. People were allocated accommodation & had little option but to accept them & now they are being punished – those who can least afford it & disabled people / terminally ill people & those who are poorly.
    There is not financial or practical support available to help with a move, should a property with less bedrooms be available. How can a person on £71pw afford removal costs/ carpets/curtains etc Plus many will not physically be capable of moving/ mentally able & they will lose their support networks.
    Children will have their education troubled & lose friends if they have to move out of the area.
    Absolutely wrong.

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