TEN million households will have their benefits frozen if the Tories win the General Election as George Osborne laid out another pre-election battleground by proposing a new welfare squeeze from April 2016.
The bedroom tax is continuing to cause problems in Dundee, according to recent headlines.
I WAS astonished to read Johann Lamont's comments accusing the First Minister of "lying and scaremongering"("Angry Lamont says Salmond is 'lying about the future of NHS'", The Herald, August 26).
According to the Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority and his local paper, Lincolnshire's Boston Standard, Mark Simmonds claimed £173,436.96 in expenses in 2013.
THE number of workers claiming housing benefit "to make ends meet" will continue to increase if a Conservative government is elected next year, Labour is to claim.