(Original post by JayReg)
The "bedroom tax" isn't even a tax but a removal of a "spare room subsidy". So a cut in benefits. Something which has already been done in the private sector by the labour party.
I wish people would stop calling it a "bedroom tax", it's very misleading to the general public.Oh you're ****ing kidding me? I thought we were actually going to get taxed on unused rooms lol. Well this explains why the Scottish parliament opposes it, all their electorate lives in social housing. Ahahahahahahah.(Original post by Josh94)
Technically its not a tax rather a withdrawal of benefits.
But your point still stands, I don't think traditional conservatives want 0.7% GDP spent on foreign aid or the reduction of immigration below 100,000 taking so long.
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