Matthew Pennycook
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'Did reform need to look like this?'

Millions of the poorest households face council tax rises because most councils in England will pass on a 10% benefit funding cut, research suggests.

Think tank the Resolution Foundation says a typical bill will rise from April by between £100 and £250 a year.

The organisation's Matthew Pennycook explains.

  • 31 Jan 2013
  • From the section UK
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