Jo Jay
Jo Jay

I agree with bedroom tax if you have more rooms that you don't need and you don't pay your own rent then yes you should pay for your extra rooms people on benefits get so much its about time they payed something back or if they don't wont to pay for the extra rooms then move them out to somewhere that is the write size

Derek Slinn
Derek Slinn
  • Jo Jay

you are incorrect people on benefit do not get things you all seem to think we get free stuff we have to pay for it Moore so if you are on disability . i spent nine years in the army, i fort in the fork-lands, worked down the pit, was a government diplomatic protection officer. searched for explosives until i was blown up , tortured in for two weeks in a sensitive country. and every day i have to beg for help. i have to have care every day. but i am still house bound because i cannot get...

you are incorrect people on benefit do not get things you all seem to think we get free stuff we have to pay for it Moore so if you are on disability . i spent nine years in the army, i fort in the fork-lands, worked down the pit, was a government diplomatic protection officer. searched for explosives until i was blown up , tortured in for two weeks in a sensitive country. and every day i have to beg for help. i have to have care every day. but i am still house bound because i cannot get the help from someone to push be in the wheel chair because so much as been taken away. even the Christmas bonus as gone this year. i need extra heat within my home because of my condition, the if you are pension age you get over £300 a year to help for heating. the disabled do not, if a disabled needs a mobility scooter or a disabled care you pay for it out of your benefit its not extra or free. my second bedroom i need for care help to sleep but i know have to pay

Tina Browne
Tina Browne

I'm in a 2 bed flat as I'm disabled because my self and my career have fallen out I'm being forced into a one bedroom flat. Yes I do mean forced. Even though I still need a full time career because I don't have one at the moment I'm being forced into a one bedroom flat. As far as the council are concerned I have no rights to a two bedroom flat. The government is still taking away rights of the disabled and then passing us on to the community who have no money or funds to help, so we get...

I'm in a 2 bed flat as I'm disabled because my self and my career have fallen out I'm being forced into a one bedroom flat. Yes I do mean forced. Even though I still need a full time career because I don't have one at the moment I'm being forced into a one bedroom flat. As far as the council are concerned I have no rights to a two bedroom flat. The government is still taking away rights of the disabled and then passing us on to the community who have no money or funds to help, so we get forgotten about. The government past and present has done a good job of making out all those on benefits are scum and now they are doing it to those in council accommodation. Once we are scum to the rest of the country they will strip all benefits and housing form us, claiming we are ALL scrounging scum bags and deserve nothing funny thing is they think we cant see what's going on.

Cathy Devine
Cathy Devine

On £75 a wek ive been told have 2 pay £25.19 a week so left with £50 to live on its a joke this can not happen surely

Lorraine Mead
Lorraine Mead

Time we Brits stoped being passive.and .stand up for our rights.

Mo Jo Boyle
Mo Jo Boyle

it's a sad world when people have to give up their family home just because their children have reached adult its taking advantage of parents who have raised a family have to move out of their home or pay more just to stay in their home . I think the government is discriminating against older people who have either raised or lost children . wish I was a lawyer cos I would really wipe the floor with this thieving government ! why don't they ask the banks to repay what they were giving to bail...

it's a sad world when people have to give up their family home just because their children have reached adult its taking advantage of parents who have raised a family have to move out of their home or pay more just to stay in their home . I think the government is discriminating against older people who have either raised or lost children . wish I was a lawyer cos I would really wipe the floor with this thieving government ! why don't they ask the banks to repay what they were giving to bail them out and use that money it's robbing the poor to give to the rich !!!!!!!!!!!

Maureen Tunmore
Maureen Tunmore

I've to leave my home befor April. even my grandkids stay over.can't when I'm given a 1 bedroom flat.I loose all that..because I can't afford bedroom tax I ain't even have garden.loose everything

Eillie Magill
Eillie Magill

We tell our kids stay away from strangers then some fucker wants you to take them into your home let them do it so pissed off with morons

Eillie Magill
Eillie Magill

Freedom of choice

Thomas Grubb
Thomas Grubb

The only way that I can see to try and beat this tax, is for people to swamp their councils with demands for smaller properties, councils could not possibly provide all the houses that would be needed and therefore, you could not be forced to pay the bedroom tax.
It's been said that D Cameron has 4 residences, one he pays for, the other 3 are paid for buy us, the tax payers? I think it's a bl**dy disgrace that he plans to punish people by taxing them for every extra room they have and yet he has 3 extra houses and won't be punished at all.

Ben Hyde
Ben Hyde

There is not enough housing cause we give it all to the cunts flooding through or borders bring in the bnp to rid this country of its vermin and we would have more houses more help for us English then we wouldn't have to pay more tax

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