Bedroom Tax to screw the poorest people in Britain

Agenda 21 hits Britain again. 

£50 tax a month on each unoccupied bedroom is being implemented. £600 a year from April 1st 2013.

The problem is that most social housing is 2 bedroom. 

People who live alone will have to pay up.

Many of those are either old or disabled – and many are already on the edge.


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4 Responses to “Bedroom Tax to screw the poorest people in Britain”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Mansion tax no! Tax the poor, well yes they get it for nothing most of the time don’t they! Makes my blood boil.

  2. Amzznaylor says:

    what about the people that cant work who have disabilities, and serious health issues, i dont think it is fair to tar everybody with the same brush. The government has not thought about the consequences of this reform, which i personally think will be dire, but then this horrible feeling in my gut is telling me that they really dont care what happens to those who are going to be the hardest hit, i wonder if they will be so ignorant when the backlash begins.

  3. Anonymous says:

    This is a blatant violation of Article 8 of the Human Rights Act 1998 and everyone affected should make application to the Strasbourg organs:

    “1. Everyone has the right to respect for his private and family life, his home and his correspondence.

    2. There shall be no interference by a public authority with the exercise of this right except such as is in accordance with the law and is necessary in a democratic society in the interests of national security, public safety or the economic well-being of the country, for the prevention of disorder or crime, for the protection of health or morals, or for the protection of the rights and freedoms of others.

    Q: Is it necessary to fine people on benefit for having an extra room when the level of benefit is already deemed what they need to live on?

    No it is not.

    It will undermine public safety, encourage crime, undermine health and morals and certainly interferes with the rights of those affected.

    We are seeing the Fabian socialist NWO at work here for sure in destabilising communities, while loical government destroys its social housing stock.

    Those on benefits first, as thay have no control over their finance, then it will be the rest of us next.


  4. Squid says:

    The under occupancy charge, aka the bedroom tax is fundamentally wrong on so many levels. It is punitive and aimed at the most vulnerable people in society, the ill and the disabled.
    Whilst many physically disabled people are able to work, many people who are disabled through illness, cannot.
    This government is guilty of demonisation of the ill and disabled and has lumped them in with the workshy and labelled them scroungers. How absolutely appallingly awful to treat people this way.
    It may be seen as wrong that one person on benefits is living in a 3 bed council house, but what of the pensioner, or working person also living in a 3 bed council house? The under occupancy charge does not apply to them. Why not?
    For those living in overcrowded accommodation, do you really want to move into a property you will have to possibly surrender when your children have grown up? Or if sadly you lose a child.
    No ones jobs are guaranteed. Anyone in work could end up on benefits in the future.

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