ECHO readers divided over benefit cuts which could leave hundreds of Liverpool families homeless

ECHO readers divided over benefit cuts which could leave hundreds of Liverpool families homeless
 

Benefit cuts to more than 700 Liverpool families have been met with mixed reaction from ECHO readers.
The latest benefit cap by the Government means Liverpool's poorest families could face being made homeless.
A total of 130 families are already subject to the £26,000 benefit cap – but they will be joined by 710 more households starting from November 7 when the lower £20,000 limit comes into force.
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9 October 2016 in Regional North West , Views: 33
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