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'You're a single person on benefits with too many rooms - we're downsizing you!'
"Oh, stop complaining! Our partner agencies conducted a full tenant consultation exercise!"
"It's part of the government's new strategy for housing single parents."
"I'm very pleased with the house but you'd think they would have recognised our need for lower fences."
"The government promised to replace any housing stock we had to sell...Unfortunately they wouldn't commit to WHERE!"
'Shocking, the overcrowding in our prisons.'
'Try not to think of it as a BOX, but rather as an environmentally neutral, biodegradable, single person unit of accommodation!'
'Calling this room Shunting Yard 2 is not going to get us out of paying the bedroom tax.'
Area of regeneration building - 'Its regenerated hatred of the local council'
'You've been good and loyal staff but unfortunately my unemployment benefit's been stopped so I am going to have to let you go.'
'Charlotte says the sink estate look is, like, de rigueur at finishing school this term.'
'It's a request for government assisted housing.'
'Bless. Wayne's made his first affordable home sand estate.'
Rose was looking forward to the day when the council would fit her an indoor toilet!
'I know he's not my usual type, but I was really turned on by his bedroom tax eyes.'
'Why, Grandma. What a spare bedroom you have!'
'You're disabled, on benefits and, have too many bedrooms - the council's downsizing you!'
'Ere Mabel, know anything about agreeing to a home swop?'
"This so called bedroom tax has really hit a raw nerve with your Sid hasn't it!!"
Tags:under-occupation penalty, under-occupation penalties, under occupation penalty, under occupation penalties, bedroom tax, bedroom taxes, housing benefit bill, minister for housing, mark prisk, housing benefits, housing benefit, council houses, council housing, benefits cut, benefits savings, raw nerve, raw nerves
People in a nest: 'What housing shortage?'
'I'm worried about Kevin! He doesn't seem to want to go out and vandalise things any more.'