Nine out of 10 councils in England warn housing benefit freeze will make more people homeless

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NINE out of 10 councils warn more people in their area on the lowest incomes will become homeless due to the freeze on housing benefit. Cuts to housing benefit have been happening over the past eight years. It means many can’t afford to pay their rent, leaving them living on a knife edge. These are […]
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