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'Bedroom tax' concessions

Foster parents and Armed Forces personnel who receive housing benefit will be exempt from the controversial so-called "bedroom tax". It comes after an exemption for families whose children's severe disability means they cannot share a bedroom.

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Labour: 'Bedroom tax' is descending into 'total chaos'

Shadow work and pensions secretary Liam Byrne vowed that his party would not rest until the government drops its so-called 'bedroom tax'.

David Cameron's bedroom tax has descended into total chaos. Today's announcement doesn't bring forward one extra penny for victims of this wretched tax.

Today this Government will oppose Labour's plans today for a mansion tax - but they're pressing ahead with a bedroom tax which will hit families with literally nowhere else to go.

Labour will not rest until ministers think again, admit they have got this wrong and drop this hated tax for good.

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