Housing associations warn of Universal Credit crisis

Re: Housing associations warn of Universal Credit crisis

Postby Guest » Thu Jul 12, 2018 1:44 am

Raggamuffin wrote:
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Raggamuffin wrote:They could always pay their rent. :dunno:


They do.

Many get top ups in housing benefit if they are on lower incomes :roll:


If they're in arrears, they clearly don't pay their rent.


There are faith groups that disagree with your long term analysis over this issue.

Do you deny the faith groups analysis? :dunno:
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Re: Housing associations warn of Universal Credit crisis

Postby Guest » Thu Jul 12, 2018 2:01 am

Guest wrote:
Guest wrote:
Raggamuffin wrote:
Guest wrote:
Raggamuffin wrote:They could always pay their rent. :dunno:


They do.

Many get top ups in housing benefit if they are on lower incomes :roll:


If they're in arrears, they clearly don't pay their rent.


Housing benefit is paid in arrears, so it's never up to date anyway.

When you change to UC, you have to wait up to six weeks to get your first monthly payment, so you get further behind unless you have a 'cushion' on your rent. :off head:





You seem to be well informed about it. You must be one of the lazy spongers!


...Long term carer. Problem?
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Re: Housing associations warn of Universal Credit crisis

Postby Guest » Thu Jul 12, 2018 2:04 am

Guest wrote:
Guest wrote:
Raggamuffin wrote:
Guest wrote:
Raggamuffin wrote:They could always pay their rent. :dunno:


They do.

Many get top ups in housing benefit if they are on lower incomes :roll:


If they're in arrears, they clearly don't pay their rent.


Housing benefit is paid in arrears, so it's never up to date anyway.

When you change to UC, you have to wait up to six weeks to get your first monthly payment, so you get further behind unless you have a 'cushion' on your rent. :off head:







You seem to be well informed about it. You must be one of the lazy spongers!


You are a nasty gammon.

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Re: Housing associations warn of Universal Credit crisis

Postby Punk » Fri Jul 13, 2018 10:44 pm

Guest wrote:
Guest wrote:
Raggamuffin wrote:
Guest wrote:
Raggamuffin wrote:They could always pay their rent. :dunno:


They do.

Many get top ups in housing benefit if they are on lower incomes :roll:


If they're in arrears, they clearly don't pay their rent.


Housing benefit is paid in arrears, so it's never up to date anyway.

When you change to UC, you have to wait up to six weeks to get your first monthly payment, so you get further behind unless you have a 'cushion' on your rent. :off head:


You seem to be well informed about it. You must be one of the lazy spongers!


7 out of 8 new HB claimants are WORKING. :shake head: Most clever people are well informed about it, why aren't you?
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