Furniture warehouse workers Sue and Martin
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Benefits freeze: 'Prices will rocket, benefits will not'

Martin and Sue work for a Birmingham charity, the Ladywood Furniture Project, that provides low-cost, second-hand furniture to individuals and families on benefits or low incomes.

They say a two-year benefits freeze, proposed by George Osborne at the Conservatives' party conference on Monday, will make life more difficult for people who genuinely need help.

  • 30 Sep 2014
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