Bedroom Tax Domestic Violence Discrimination Ruling Is Final

The Department for Work and Pensions attempted to overthrow a decision that the hated Bedroom Tax prejudges against sufferers of domestic brutality, which was rejected, and judges at the European Court of Human Rights ordered in October that the benefit cut, discriminated against a domestic violence victim who was forced to pay additional money forContinue reading “Bedroom Tax Domestic Violence Discrimination Ruling Is Final”

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Boris Johnson’s Plan For Government At A Glance

  Britain had its second Queen’s Speech in three months as Boris Johnson set out his proposal for a Tory majority government as the Prime Minister declared the seismic election had given way to the most radical Queen’s Speech in a generation that will free the country from the stranglehold of uncertainty. And while theContinue reading “Boris Johnson’s Plan For Government At A Glance”

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