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'If they give me less I'll be homeless': Fears that benefit cuts could push some over the edge

Sky News Friday, 30 September 2022
'If they give me less I'll be homeless': Fears that benefit cuts could push some over the edgeBenefit claimants who could face a real-terms cut to the financial support they receive have told Sky News that it could leave them homeless.
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