Bedroom Tax closer to the axe after Tories defeated in shock vote

Bedroom Tax closer to the axe after Tories defeated in shock vote 

Street Democracy writes: 

All community’s welfare claimant’s have been unceremoniously chosen to bare the brunt of the elites failure in managing the economic system in the UK.

The UK’s welfare cuts have slashed and impovished the poorest families further into financial scarcity, a systematic rape of the minds of those in desperate need of money.

Social tenants bound and shackled to seriously restricted financial sanctions, must remain firm and stand together to banish this Bedroom Tax.

Labour and Lib Dems are using this as a weapon, and clearly do not care for Social Housing or their Tenants. This is propagandised drivel purely to gain power within Westminster.

It has nothing to do with Social Housing Tenants, and their welfare. It has nothing to do with disabled Social Housing Tenants in need of their extra bedroom.

There is a huge disconnection between social housing and governmental officials and the poorest are treated as domestic herds of animals.

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Bedroom Tax closer to the axe after Tories defeated in shock vote 

Labour and Lib Dems joined forces to vote in favour a Bill to protect victims of the hated policy. In a hammer blow to David Cameron

The Bedroom Tax came a step closer to being axed today after a shock Tory defeat in the House of Commons.
Labour and Lib Dems joined forces to vote in favour a Bill to protect victims of the hated policy. In a hammer blow to David Cameron, they voted 306 to 231 against the tax.
The move left the Coalition in turmoil and prompted calls for the Tories break up the alliance immediately.
Opponents of the tax warned this was just the first step in what could be gruelling Commons battle and would not scrap the tax completely.
But it was still hailed as a impressive and crucial victory for the hundreds of thousands of victims who have been left hundreds of pounds worse off since the tax was introduced in April last year.
Lib Dem MP Andrew George’s private member’s Bill – called the Affordable Homes Bill – will exempt anyone from the Bedroom Tax unless they can be found a smaller home to move to.
Labour backed the Bill but said they would still abolish the policy completely if elected in next year’s general election.
Labour’s Shadow Work and Pensions Secretary Rachel Reeves MP said: “The Government should scrap the hated Bedroom Tax following the overwhelming vote by MPs against the cruel tax on bedrooms today.

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