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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

Reynolds announces measures to help Labour reach 200,000 homes a year target
Emma Reynolds announced a package of proposed measures to help smaller house builders and custom build play a role in Labour’s promise to deliver 200,000 homes a year by 2020.
Inside Housing - Posted 14/01/2014

Sixty Icon Council consulting on full-scale PRS landlord licensing
A London council has launched a consultation on extending its current landlord licensing to target poor conditions and anti-social behaviour.
Inside Housing - Posted 13/01/2014

Labour will muster an “army” of small builders to deliver more homes
A future Labour government would take steps to increase competition in the housebuilding industry by opening up the market to smaller construction firms, shadow housing minister Emma Reynolds told the NHBC today.
Housing - Posted 13/01/2014

Poor housing conditions targeted as council moves to enforce licences for 10,000 homes
Landlords of up to 10,000 private homes in Brent will have to apply for licences under proposals designed to stamp out poor conditions, overcrowding and anti-social behaviour.
24 Housing - Posted 13/01/2014

Sixty Icon Liverpool mayor pledges support for tenants hit by bedroom tax error
The Mayor of Liverpool has pledged to support residents who have been wrongly hit by the bedroom tax after it emerged that thousands of people across the country may be exempt.
24 Housing - Posted 13/01/2014

Blundering councils overpay staff £50m at same time as cutting spending on public services
Blundering councils have wrongly overpaid staff by more than £50 million – while slashing spending on basic public services.
Mail Online - Posted 13/01/2014

Labour to focus on smaller firms and sites in new housing plan
Labour's shadow housing minister Emma Reynolds will announce a new housing policy today and admit that the UK has underbuilt for the last 30 years, including under previous Labour governments.
City A.M. - Posted 13/01/2014

More council houses needed, says Labour
Shadow housing minister accuses coalition government of presiding over lowest level of housebuilding since 1920s.
The Guardian - Posted 13/01/2014

Loophole means thousands wrongly hit by 'bedroom tax' in line for a refund
Thousands of social housing tenants have been wrongly hit by the so-called 'bedroom tax' and are in line for a refund of their money, it has emerged.
Mail Online - Posted 12/01/2014

Nick Clegg compares Tory child benefit plans to MAOIST CHINA: Deputy PM objects to 'Chinese-style family policy' restricting handouts after the first two children
Nick Clegg launched an astonishing attack on a Tory MP's idea to restrict child benefit payments, comparing it to policies championed by Maoist China.
Mail Online - Posted 12/01/2014

Nick Clegg attacks limit on child benefit as 'Chinese-style family policy'
Lib Dem leader intensifies attack on welfare cuts and says Tories are locked in 'deathly embrace' with Ukip.
The Guardian - Posted 12/01/2014

'I'm no slouch on welfare reform' - Nick Clegg
Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg has attacked the welfare reform plans of Conservative coalition partners calling it "Chinese-style family policy" on The Andrew Marr Show.
BBC - Posted 12/01/2014

Benefits capped for 33,000 households
New figures show almost 33,000 households had their benefits capped by November 2013.
GOV.UK - Posted 12/01/2014

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