Ed Miliband has vowed to scrap the 'bedroom tax' if Labour win the next General Election to end "hardship and unfairness for so many families".
The Labour leader has detailed how the party would intend to pay for repealing the spare room subsidy, saying a "bigger priority was not tax cuts for hedge funds but to end the hardship of the 'bedroom tax'".
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