Canlyniadau 1–20 o 300 ar gyfer bedroom tax 2013

Oeddech chi'n golygu bedroom tax 2010?

Income Tax (Charge) (12 Maw 2024)

Nia Griffith: ...fairy tale character holding out a shiny apple glistening with national insurance cuts, while all the while knowing that inside it was a deadly poison: the fact that we will all pay 10p more tax for every 5p we get back. The Chancellor is supposedly giving back, but people across the UK are suffering from the highest tax burden in 70 years, with the stealthy drip-feed of the poison of...

Housing: Rhondda (21 Meh 2023)

Chris Bryant: ...as MP for the Rhondda, that we now for first the first time ever have a perfect storm of a housing crisis in the Rhondda. It worries me deeply. Several different elements have led to it. One is the bedroom tax. That came in in 2013, but some of the effects are still being felt today; it is pushing people out of some social housing into other commercial properties. Another is the housing...

Cost of Living: Parental Leave and Pay — [Steve McCabe in the Chair] (19 Meh 2023)

David Linden: ...the promise plan for care-experienced children and young people. But the reality is that we are doing all this from our devolved budget while trying to mitigate poor welfare decisions, such as the bedroom tax, which is mitigated entirely in Scotland through discretionary housing payments. However, I would always remind people back home that what we spend on nullifying the bedroom tax is...

Christmas Adjournment (20 Rha 2022)

Janet Daby: ...Government are serious about delivering clean air, they will redouble their efforts to roll it out. I hope that the Government will work more vigorously with local authorities to achieve that. In 2013 under the coalition Government, I set up a community food bank. Since then, communities have become ever more reliant on charity. The meaning of charity is love—communities are showing...

Cost of Living: Public Well-being - Motion to Take Note (20 Hyd 2022)

Baroness Sherlock: ...to move away from uprating by inflation, but let us look at what has happened since 2010. The coalition Government limited most working-age benefits to a 1% annual increase for three years from 2013-14. The Conservative Government then froze those benefits in cash terms at their 2015-16 levels for another four years, so for seven years the value of benefits was slashed year on year, saving...

Senedd yr Alban: Cost of Living (20 Ebr 2022)

Jackie Dunbar: ...across Scotland. The spare room subsidy, which the Liberal Democrats supported the Tories to push through Westminster in 2013, is one of them. That alone costs tenants who are affected by the bedroom tax between £14 and £25 a week. The removal of the £20 uplift in universal credit, reducing household incomes by £1,040 a year, is another. Over the past six months, food insecurity levels...

Social Security and Pensions ( 7 Chw 2022)

Karen Buck: ...the Minister, fall far short in addressing the inflationary shock that households are now facing. The Government have opted for a “Buy now, pay later” scheme which means that, in order to avoid taxing the super-profits of the energy companies, customers will have to pay a forced levy for the next four years, while at the same time allocating targeted support according to 30-year-old...

Universal Credit and Working Tax Credits (15 Med 2021)

Nadia Whittome: I got into politics in 2013 because I saw the devastating impact of the bedroom tax on my community, my friends and my neighbours. In 2013, we were angry and we were tired of three years of public sector cuts, but never for a minute did I think that I would be here, eight years and billions of pounds of cuts later, asking the Government not to implement the biggest welfare cuts in the history...

Domestic Abuse Bill - Committee (2nd Day): Amendment 34 (27 Ion 2021)

Baroness Bennett of Manor Castle: ...important ones. I shall treat the amendments as a group because they very much fit together. I want to thank the noble Baroness, Lady Lister, for her reference, in relation to Amendment 153, to the bedroom tax. It is worth highlighting again, in the age of Covid-19, the pernicious effects of forcing siblings into sharing rooms, with the impossibility of self-isolating should that be...

Fuel Poverty and Energy Price Caps — [Christina Rees in the Chair] (19 Tach 2020)

Allan Dorans: ...low incomes to purchase essential household items. Since 2013, an annual package of more than £125 million has been paid to mitigate the impact of the UK Government’s welfare cuts, including the bedroom tax, the two-child benefit cap, the five-week wait for universal credit and the sanctions regime. The Scottish Government aim to reduce fuel poverty to no more than 5% and extreme fuel...

Senedd yr Alban: Achieving a Fairer Scotland ( 4 Rha 2019)

Shirley-Anne Somerville: ...out, to almost 350,000 households. Those are households in crisis, accessing emergency funding to help with the costs of essentials. In addition, the Scottish Government has been mitigating the bedroom tax in full, using discretionary housing payments, since 2014-15. We remain committed to doing so until the tax can be abolished at source through universal credit. We are reliant on the...

Non-Domestic Rating (Lists) Bill (Ways and Means): Local Housing Allowance: Nottingham (17 Meh 2019)

Lilian Greenwood: ...worse. In March 2013, I secured an Adjournment debate on the under-occupancy penalty. Despite the best efforts of the coalition Government, the official title never stuck, and we all know it as the bedroom tax. That measure left 6,000 of our city’s poorest households with “nowhere to go” as the Nottingham Post put it. In March 2015, I led a Westminster Hall debate on affordable...

Senedd yr Alban: Disabled People (28 Maw 2019)

Kenneth Gibson: ...2013, the SNP Government has spent more than £100 million a year protecting people from the worst aspects of Tory welfare cuts. That includes fully protecting households that are impacted by the bedroom tax, 80 per cent of which have a disabled adult, and setting up our own independent living fund to ensure that disabled people are not disadvantaged by Westminster cuts—going even...

Department for Work and Pensions (26 Chw 2019)

Frank Field: ...him and his Cabinet colleagues that that is the one overriding priority. There are, however, six other cuts of which I wish to remind the House. The first of those six is the cut in council tax benefit. A total of 4.4 million families have been affected by this cut—of not paying council tax in full—with an average weekly loss of £3. Let me turn now to sanctions, on which the Select...

Disability Support (19 Rha 2018)

Ruth George: ..., many disabled people have had to cope with the cuts to local housing allowance, which is down to 30% of median rents. They therefore have to bulk up their rent out of their meagre ESA. Child tax credit has been frozen. The childcare element in tax credits has been at the same maximum since 2005, and the amount of help people can get with childcare costs has reduced from 80% to 70%. In...

Senedd yr Alban: Homelessness (29 Tach 2018)

Jenny Gilruth: ...abuse, housing and homelessness policy and research stated: “The prevention or cessation of domestic abuse in a family context will almost always require the woman to leave that home.” Between 2013 and 2015, Scottish Women’s Aid worked in my constituency, alongside Fife Council’s community research team, in the production of the report “Change, Justice, Fairness: ‘Why should we...

Income Tax (Charge) (29 Hyd 2018)

Meg Hillier: ...trying to pay the family bills and trying to pay the rent on time. In my constituency, we also have huge issues with housing, on which, as I say, I will go into in more detail. The digital services tax is very interesting to me as the Member representing Shoreditch and all the tech businesses there, including some of the big players. This is only a consultation, of course. The big...

Breast Cancer — [Steve McCabe in the Chair] (18 Hyd 2018)

Karen Lee: ...—she tried to get her GP to visit her. The GP lived quite a distance away and would not come out; even after I made a number of phone calls, she still would not come out. My daughter lay in that bedroom with a cancer metastasising to her brain, but only had paracetamol and ibuprofen to take because she could not get a doctor out to her. Had she had a CNS, that would not have happened....

Opposition Day: Local Government Funding (28 Maw 2018)

Drew Hendry: ...austerity wherever they can. Since 2013, the Scottish Government have spent more than £100 million a year to protect people from the worst aspects of Tory welfare cuts. We are fully mitigating the bedroom tax in Scotland, and we have pledged to abolish the tax completely when we have the powers to do so.

Welfare Reform and Work Act — [Mike Gapes in the Chair] (21 Maw 2018)

Philippa Whitford: ...is happy to wait. In addition, carers are now subject to conditionality and treated as jobseekers, regardless of what their caring commitments are. That means that they may be open to sanctions. In 2013 we had the infamous bedroom tax, which thankfully in Scotland we have been mitigating, but which has impacted on people with disability, who will lose 14% of their housing benefit if they...


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