From April 13,000 millionaires are getting a tax cut worth £100,000 a year on average while over 600,000 households - including armed forces families, disabled people and foster carers - have to find £728 a year to pay a new bedroom tax.
This isn’t about tough choices, it’s about the wrong choices.
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A quarter of the people affected by Cameron’s #bedroomtax are single mums and single dads http://bit.ly/Z1iOif - TWEET
Cameron's #bedroomtax means households with disabled family members pay more for the space they need http://bit.ly/Z1iOif - TWEET
At the same time #bedroomtax comes into effect, thousands of millionaires will get a tax cut of average £100,000 a year http://bit.ly/Z1iOif - TWEET
#Bedroomtax shows Cameron’s priorities: millionaires put ahead of vulnerable people, carers & armed forces families http://bit.ly/Z1iOif - TWEET