Why Jobless Paul From Clerkenwell Opposes Bedroom ‘Tax’

Remember Paul from Clerkenwell, on the dole because he didn’t want to get up for 8am? The LBC favourite is back, this time offering his pearls of wisdom on the spare room subsidy. Including why it is unfair because if he is having a party and his friends in Essex come round they won’t be able to stay over and will have to pay for a cab home. It’s a must-listen:

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DWP couldn’t have done it better themselves if IDS had phoned up and put on a cockney accent…

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