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Infrahumanisation

There’s a superb blog post by Bernadette Meaden on the Ekklesia website. Responding to the first suicide attributed to the Bedroom Tax, it draws attention to the increasing desperation of the poorest in British society at a time when the … Continue reading

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Nehemiah and the bedroom tax

Today’s the day. In the UK, the new ‘bedroom tax’ is introduced, accentuating the poverty of thousands depending on benefits; thousands lose access to legal aid, and many low-income families will pay more in Council Tax.

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