Search Results for 'Bedroom tax'

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article 30 January 2013 UK
The 'bedroom tax' - the key questions

From April, an under-occupation penalty will be served on housing benefit claimants with a spare room or rooms. Dubbed the "bedroom tax", Ciaran Jenkins explains how it works.

article 19 September 2013 UK
How to beat the 'bedroom tax'

Social housing tenants in Fife are using housing law from the 1980s to successfully challenge demands for extra rent under the so-called bedroom tax.

article 01 April 2014 Politics
'Bedroom tax' - one year on, is it working?

It is 12 months since the government removed its spare room subsidy, dubbed the "bedroom tax" by critics. It is designed to save money and free up under-occupied homes, so what effect has it had?

article 26 February 2015 UK
Has 'bedroom tax' killed off this Durham community?

Our report from the County Durham village which residents say is "like Beirut" has raised many questions. Channel 4 News North of England Correspondent Ciaran Jenkins has some of the answers.

article 15 July 2014 Politics
'Bedroom tax' study raises serious questions

The day of a major cabinet reshuffle can often be used for other purposes, for example quietly unveiling a report into the much-criticised "bedroom tax". So is the much-maligned policy working?

article 19 September 2013 UK
Tenants in arrears 'because of bedroom tax'

Half of tenants hit by the so-called "bedroom tax" have been pushed into rent arrears just weeks after its introduction, according to the body representing housing associations.

article 22 February 2013 UK
'Bedroom tax': no U-turn, says DWP

The Department for Work and Pensions says there will be "no change" to its controversial housing benefit reform, dubbed the "bedroom tax".

article 06 February 2013 UK
'Bedroom tax' will cost taxpayers more

The government's controversial new "bedroom tax" will cost rather than save money in parts of the country, it has been claimed. Reporter Ciaran Jenkins explains.

article 28 February 2013 UK
'Bedroom tax' is 'appalling' says paediatrician

Cuts to housing benefit for families with disabled children are "ludicrous", "unfair" and "appalling", according to a group of medical experts speaking exclusively to Channel 4 News.

article 21 February 2014 UK
Bedroom tax 'unlawful' appeal rejected by court

The court of appeal upholds the legality of government cutbacks in the benefits system, as judges reject accusations that the so-called "bedroom tax" unlawfully discriminates against the disabled.