What is the impact of the ‘bedroom tax’ on children and schools?

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Release date: 15/4/2014

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A year on from the introduction of the ‘bedroom tax’, Prof Ruth Lupton argues that reducing the incomes of poor families and creating instability for poor children is a nonsensical policy for a government committed to closing the socio-economic attainment gap.

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TitleWhat is the impact of the ‘bedroom tax’ on children and schools?
CountryUnited Kingdom
Date15/04/14
DescriptionA year on from the introduction of the ‘bedroom tax’, Prof Ruth Lupton argues that reducing the incomes of poor families and creating instability for poor children is a nonsensical policy for a government committed to closing the socio-economic attainment gap
URLblog.policy.manchester.ac.uk/featured/2014/04/what-is-the-impact-of-the-bedroom-tax-on-children-and-schools/
PersonsRuth Lupton