bedroom tax

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noun

(in the UK) an informal name for a measure introduced in the Welfare Reform Act 2012, by which the amount of housing benefit paid to a claimant is reduced if the property they are renting is judged to have more bedrooms than necessary

more than 800 households in the area have had their housing benefit cut through the so-called bedroom tax.

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