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Sixty Icon Freud: bedroom tax loophole 'to be closed in March'
The Department for Work and Pensions will close the bedroom tax loophole in March, Lord David Freud has announced.
Inside Housing - Posted 15/01/2014

Sixty Icon Call for more welfare reform support
Housing experts have called for the Government to increase the amount of cash it has pledged to support people affected by welfare reform.
LocalGov - Posted 14/01/2014

Blackpool secures rogue landlord funding
Blackpool has been given almost £300,000 by the Government to help continue to tackle rogue landlords and drive up housing standards.
Blackpool Borough Council - Posted 14/01/2014

Housing a key election priority for Labour
Labour shadow housing minister Emma Reynolds, speaking on Monday at the NHBC (National House-Building Council), confirmed that housing would be a key priority for Labour at the next general election.
Coalition Watch - Posted 14/01/2014

Sixty Icon Hopkins building idea 'ludicrous', says council housing chief
Bradford Council’s housing chief has slammed Kris Hopkins’ idea of building 20,000 homes in an area of the city ‘ludicrous’.
Inside Housing - Posted 14/01/2014

Council gets £thousands to fight 'beds in sheds'
Croydon Council has won a cash injection from central government to combat the menace of so-called 'bed in sheds'.
24 Housing - Posted 14/01/2014

Sixty Icon Boris Johnson to be challenged on Olympic Park affordable housing delivery
London Mayor Boris Johnson will be challenged on the delivery of affordable housing at the Olympic Park when he appears before the London Assembly today.
24 Housing - Posted 14/01/2014

MP questions bedroom tax debacle as council slams 'administrative nightmare'
An MP has asked questions in Parliament concerning the recent revelation that some social housing tenants are legally exempt from the bedroom tax.
24 Housing - Posted 14/01/2014

Middle class squeezed 'as never before' over affordable housing, says Miliband
The middle class is being squeezed ‘as never before’ in part due to the undermining of affordable housing, Ed Miliband has said.
Inside Housing - Posted 14/01/2014

Sixty Icon 'We don't need to build on green land' says housing minister Hopkins
New Housing Minister Kris Hopkins today denies Bradford has a homes crisis – and accuses Council chiefs of failing to exploit the “huge amount of land on offer”.
Telegraph & Argus - Posted 14/01/2014

Sixty Icon Duncan Smith hints at cut in the benefit cap
Work and Pensions Secretary says "we will keep the policy under review" when asked whether the cap could be reduced from £26,000.
New Statesman - Posted 14/01/2014

Sixty Icon Labour leader Ed Miliband: Middle class facing crisis
Labour leader Ed Miliband has said middle class families are facing a "crisis of confidence" over falling living standards.
BBC - Posted 14/01/2014

Ed Miliband: I can save the middle class
Foundations of middle-class life – well-paid jobs, strong pensions, housing ladder and university education – have all been “undermined”, says Labour leader Ed Miliband.
The Telegraph (register) - Posted 14/01/2014

Sixty Icon Oxfordshire County Council considers inviting donations
Oxfordshire County Council is considering setting up a web page for people to donate money to the authority.
BBC - Posted 14/01/2014

Ed Miliband vows to give hope to 'squeezed' middle class
Labour leader says his party can overcome 'gnawing anxiety' with plans for education and house building.
The Guardian - Posted 14/01/2014

Tens of thousands of big families on benefits
New figures show more than 60,000 families with five or more children rely on welfare.
The Telegraph (register) - Posted 14/01/2014

Miliband: I'll rebuild middle class
Labour leader Ed Miliband has promised to "rebuild our middle class" in the face of a cost-of-living crisis.
London Evening Standard - Posted 14/01/2014

Sixty Icon MPs vote for inquiry into impact of Government benefit cuts
One Labour MP accused the cuts of bringing "absolute poverty" back to Britain for the first time since the Victorian age.
Mirror co uk - Posted 14/01/2014

Iain Duncan Smith suggests hit show Benefits Street justifies savage welfare cuts
Welfare abuse exposed by Channel Four’s hit show Benefits Street justifies the government’s savage benefit cuts, Iain Duncan Smith suggested today.
Mirror co uk - Posted 14/01/2014

Popular benefits cap could be slashed, Duncan Smith reveals as Tory MP suggests it could be cut to as little as £18,000
The cap on benefits of £26,000 a year could be cut, Iain Duncan Smith suggested yesterday, telling MPs that the figure was ‘under review’.
Mail Online - Posted 14/01/2014

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