Half of tenants on universal credit fall behind on paying rent, landlords claims

  The Sun 

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MORE than half of hard up tenants have fallen behind on rent since they started claiming Universal Credit, according to landlords. The shocking new figures from the Residential Landlord Association (RLA) show that 54 per cent of private renters on benefits have been unable to foot the bill in the past 12 months. Of these, […]
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