Housing benefit shake-up let down by lack of imagination

Vaux, Gary
January 2010
Community Care;1/28/2010, Issue 1803, p23
The article discusses the proposals about housing benefit reforms in Great Britain. The author notes that the housing benefit reforms could be good to child support and child benefit. However, the author states that it lacks the radical solutions on employment and the provision of carers in private accommodation.


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