Bedroom tax is ‘hurting children’s sleep and their ability to learn’ | Health & Families | Lifestyle | The Independent

Children are arriving at school hungry, stressed and less able to learn as a result of the Government’s “bedroom tax”, according to new research. The study, carried out by academics at the University of Manchester, is the first to look at the educational impact of the tax – under which families lose benefits if they are deemed to have a spare bedroom in their house.

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