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Artist or CreatorMartin Rowson
Title or CaptionSo how would you cope without your spare room?
Extent1 item
Published byThe Guardian
Date28 Jan 2013
Embedded text or transcriptBehold the statesman
Trust fund
IMF Report
Dave's speech draft 312
Quantitative E-bed
Pastie making kit
Towel forlder
Supply side
Acme sloth Gym
Results within centuries
Mk. 1
Plan A
Person DepictedOsborne; George (1971-)
Alexander; Danny (1972-)
Clegg; Nick (1967-)
Cameron; David (1966 Oct. 9-);
Murdoch; Rupert (Keith Rupert) (1931-)
Johnson; Boris (1964-)
Implied textFur Cup
Growth Sloth
Triple-dip Diplodocus
Fat cats of Capitalism
NotesNews: 26 Jan: "... In April, the housing benefit paid to families like the Holdens will be changed by a new set of rules, outlined in last year's Welfare Reform Act. What's about to arrive is widely known as the "spare bedroom tax", and is a central part of the government's radical changes to social security (which also include a planned real-terms cut in most working-age benefits). It's targeted at what officialspeak terms "under-occupation": if you live in social housing and are deemed to be one bedroom over, your housing benefit will be docked by 14%; if it's two or more, 25%. As a result, hundreds of thousands of people who live on very tight incomes are faced with a choice: either stay in their homes and somehow find the money, or move somewhere else. ... " John Harris, The Guardian
SubjectsChancellor of the Exchequer
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