Kirkdale residents Theresa McCarten and Susan Dunne told by judge their bedroom tax bills should be reduced
Two social housing tenants in Liverpool have won reprieve from the hated bedroom tax.
Kirkdale residents Theresa McCarten and Susan Dunne were this week told by a judge their bedroom tax bills should be reduced.
Both had their housing benefit payments slashed by 25% in the wake of the Government’s controversial 2012 welfare reforms.
But the women took their cases to court and a judge ordered their bedroom tax bills be cut from around £22 to £11 a week – leaving each of them approximately £40 a month better off.
Ms McCarten told the ECHO: “Bedrooms are being called bedrooms just so the Government can take people’s benefits off them.
“You couldn’t even fit a bed in my…
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