Hands of our Homes have set up a website with details on how the Bedroom Tax may effect residents in Leeds and a meeting has already been held in Seacroft, with a further meeting being held in Armley on February 14th.
Full details at: http://leedshandsoffourhomes.wordpress.com/2013/01/29/armley-stop-the-bedroom-tax-meeting/
Campaigners are calling for people to stand up and be heard as thousands of families risk loosing there homes under ‘bedroom tax‘ welfare changes. See http://eee.leedshandsoffourhomes.wordpress.com/ [06/02/2013 YEP]
Hundreds of Leeds families could be forced to move into high rise flats. The warning comes following the Government’s controversial welfare reforms – dubbed Bedroom Tax – which may force tenants to downsize their homes. [04/02/2013 YEP]
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