Friday, October 29, 2010
Won’t someone please think of the children?
No, please stop; my sides are splitting: "It says increasing rents by up to 80% of the market rate to pay for new homes will mean more tenants having to rely on housing benefit to pay them...The new rents, therefore, would act as a "powerful disincentive" to work, it adds". What, so current astronomical housing benefit doesn't already act as a disincentivisation? This boils my pish, it really does.