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  1. Ok, this graphic from the speye website https://speye.wordpress.com/ shows the number of households that will be affected by the reduced benefit cap (fall from £26k per annum to £23k) which covers all benefits for those households not receiving WTC or some sort of disability benefit which would exempt them. His post also spells out why housing associations will not be able to let 3 bedroom properties anymore because it will be to risky unless their allocations profile changes (to those of working people rather than those currently on benefits). A very interesting article, well worth reading; https://speye.wordpress.com/2015/05/27/dangerous-5th-columnist-david-orr-you-cant-develop-if-you-cant-operate/

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