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    It has been revealed that discretionary housing payments went £40m over budget last year to help people hit by the bedroom tax.

    Councils spent £100.8m in discretionary housing payments to help people affected by the bedroom tax, reports the Mirror. bedroom_tax.png

    This is a 24.7% rise than the previous year in England, with Scotland seeing an 80% rise in DHP.

    The allocated funding for DHP was £60m, meaning councils ended up spending an extra £40m.

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    July 24, 2015 by Laura Matthews Categories: Government And Reforms

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