by Ian Shires on 10 January, 2018
Published on Liberal Democrat Vouce By The Voice | Wed 10th January 2018 – 8:52 am
Yesterday, a Westminster Hall debate took place, led by Liberal Democrat MP Stephen Lloyd. He aimed to highlight the effect of universal credit on the private rented sector. Simply, landlords aren’t loving the prospect of not getting their rent money, so they are simply saying they won’t rent to anyone on benefits.
This is going to create a massive problem as people find they can’t find somewhere to live.
Here’s Christine Jardine speaking in the debate:
Today I spoke about the effect of universal credit on the private rented sector. Since elected I have urged the Government, in numerous debates, to stop the roll out and fix the problems. And I won't apologise for continuing to do so.
Posted by Christine Jardine on Tuesday, 9 January 2018
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