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David Cameron makes council tax rebate pledge to flood victims
David Cameron today announced flood victims could get a council tax rebate to help them cope with the cost of repairing damaged homes.
London Evening Standard - Posted 20/02/2014

Britain's economy 'not yet secure'
Chancellor George Osborne said next month's Budget will continue to confront Britain's problems as he cautioned the recovery was "not yet secure" despite a recent surge in growth.
London Evening Standard - Posted 20/02/2014

Sixty Icon We'll pay council tax for homeless flood victims, pledges PM: Treasury puts £4m aside to pay rebate while repair work is carried out
Flood victims will be exempt from paying council tax while their homes are uninhabitable, David Cameron announced yesterday.
Mail Online - Posted 20/02/2014

'Welfare changes are morally right': Cameron hits back at UK's leading Catholic over claim that cuts leave families 'destitute'
Benefit reforms are ‘morally right’ David Cameron declared last night as he dismissed the complaints of Britain’s leading Catholic about welfare cuts as ‘deeply’ wrong.
Mail Online - Posted 20/02/2014

Sixty Icon Universal Credit: Government's welfare reform 'may be scrapped after next election'
The future of the Government’s major £2bn welfare reform was thrown into fresh doubt on Wednesday night after it emerged that just a handful of claimants have been enrolled into the new system.
The Independent - Posted 20/02/2014

George Osborne to issue warning over 'unbalanced' economy
Chancellor will warn in speech that economic recovery is not secured because UK still too reliant on consumers and City.
The Guardian - Posted 20/02/2014

Flood-hit homes to get money off their council tax bills
Thousands of householders should be able to get money off their council tax bills if they are hit by flooding, David Cameron has pledged.
The Telegraph (register) - Posted 20/02/2014

Economic recovery is not yet secure, says George Osborne
Chancellor warns that Britain's economy is too dependent on consumer spending and risks becoming too reliant on the City of London.
The Telegraph (register) - Posted 20/02/2014

Sixty Icon UK economic recovery not secure, warns George Osborne
The UK's economic recovery is "not yet secure", Chancellor George Osborne has warned, ahead of next month's Budget.
BBC - Posted 20/02/2014

Leicestershire County Council budget cuts see 700 jobs go
Plans to axe 700 jobs at Leicestershire County Council in a bid to plug a £110m funding gap by 2018 have been approved.
BBC - Posted 20/02/2014

PM announces Council Tax refunds for flood hit households
Government will make £4 million available to fund Council Tax rebates for people whose homes have been flooded.
GOV.UK - Posted 20/02/2014

Sixty Icon DWP reveals nearly 500,000 households affected by bedroom tax
The Department for Work and Pensions has today released statistics breaking down the number of households affected by bedroom tax and the average amount deducted from housing benefit.
Inside Housing - Posted 19/02/2014

Record number of sanctions made against benefits claimants in 2013
New figures show the highest number of sanctions against claimants since jobseeker's allowance was introduced in 1996.
The Guardian - Posted 19/02/2014

Labour calls for council tax break for flooding victims
The Labour Party has today called for a council tax break for flooding victims who are carrying out repairs on their homes.
Inside Housing - Posted 19/02/2014

Court to rule on bedroom tax legality
The Court of Appeal is due to rule on whether the bedroom tax is legal when applied to disabled people.
24 Housing - Posted 19/02/2014

Cameron: Welfare reforms giving ‘new hope and new responsibility'
The prime minister has responded to negative comments made about the coalition’s welfare reforms, saying they are part of his government’s moral mission and give people ‘new hope’.
Inside Housing - Posted 19/02/2014

David Cameron: Why the Archbishop of Westminster is wrong about welfare
Our plan for Britain is not just about saving money, but about doing what is right, says the Prime Minister.
The Telegraph (register) - Posted 19/02/2014

David Cameron defends 'moral mission' on welfare
Prime minister says Archbishop of Westminster's claims that benefit changes left many facing destitution 'simply not true'.
The Guardian - Posted 19/02/2014

Sixty Icon Welfare reform offers new hope, says David Cameron
The prime minister has rejected a claim by Archbishop of Westminster Vincent Nichols that government welfare reform is leaving people in "destitution".
BBC - Posted 19/02/2014

Committee says London housing strategy falls short
A London assembly committee has expressed concern that the housebuilding targets set out in mayor Boris Johnson's housing strategy 'should fall so short of the capital's assessed need'.
PlanningResource - Posted 19/02/2014

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