Removing benefits from under-25s could increase homelessness – via Inside Housing

Homeless charities have spoken out against David Cameron’s proposals to remove benefits from under-25s if they are re-elected.  

In the closing speech at the Conservative Party conference in Manchester yesterday, Mr Cameron said if his party win at the next election it would propose to remove benefits from those aged 25 or less.  

However, Rick Henderson, chief executive of Homeless Link, said removing housing benefit was likely to increase homelessness.

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