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Bedroom tax

  • The Government has been accused of understating the number of council tenants who have been wrongly hit by the so-called 'bedroom tax' changes to housing benefit

  • The UK Government has insisted legal changes are not needed for ministers at Holyrood to spend extra cash mitigating the impact of the so-called 'bedroom tax'

  • Five disabled tenants are asking the Court of Appeal to declare the Government's so-called "bedroom tax" regulations unlawful.

  • Thousands of social housing tenants have been wrongly hit by the so-called bedroom tax and are in line for money back

  • Nearly one third of disabled people hit by the so-called bedroom tax have been refused discretionary payments to help them meet the shortfall in their rent

  • A House of Commons select committee has called on David Cameron's Government to scrap the "bedroom tax" changes to housing benefit

  • Independent research into the impact of the so-called Bedroom Tax has been ordered by the Government, Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg said today

  • A disabled woman unable to share a bedroom with her husband has won an appeal against the Government's so-called bedroom tax

  • The so-called "bedroom tax" has tipped nearly one in three affected council tenants into rent arrears, campaigners said as they renewed calls for the benefit cut to be scrapped

  • A man has successfully challenged a benefit cut under the so-called "bedroom tax" after a QC ruled that spare rooms must be a minimum size to qualify