7 day menu-for 4=£1.26 per person

sunday-breakfast toast- dinner roast pork-tea pork sandwiches

mon-                     toast-                             tea-curry and rice

tues-                 4 scrambled egg/toast    tea-rost chicken/mash/yorkshire puddings

wed-                  toast                               tea-home made chicken soup

thurs-                 toast                               tea-home made spag bol

fri-                      toast                               tea-mince meat yorkshire puddings mash

sat-              egg/toast     dinner-home made soup over mash   tea-spag bol and chips        

 

shopping list -family of 4 for £35,50

coffee=£1.47

sugar=£0.89

bread=£0.80

marge=£0.60

oil=      £0.99

pork and chicken=£10.00

potatoes x3=         £2.97

eggs x15= £1.34

flour(large)=£0.52

mixed veg bag=£1.00

gravy salt=£0.89

peas x2 tins=£0.78

carrots x2 tins=£1.10

milk x5=£4.95

mince meat=£3.00

onions x3 large=£1.00

curry powder-£0.60

rice=£1.00

tomato soup x5 tins=£1.00

tomatoes x2 tins=£0.60 

 

total=£35.50

#bedroom tax-reply from my mp

Maybe the word test is a bit strong Mike - all legislation has to be considered as it impacts on existing legislation and the Bill Committee that deals with the detail would provide any challenges if they believed it to be in conflict. Sorry I can't really help with this one but rest assured I will continue to campaign for an end to this disgraceful policy.

Best wishes

Alex

#bedroom tax-reply from my mp

Maybe the word test is a bit strong Mike - all legislation has to be considered as it impacts on existing legislation and the Bill Committee that deals with the detail would provide any challenges if they believed it to be in conflict. Sorry I can't really help with this one but rest assured I will continue to campaign for an end to this disgraceful policy.

Best wishes

Alex

bedroom tax 1

Part 1:Types of discrimination

It is against the law to discriminate against anyone because of:

  • age
  • being or becoming a transsexual person
  • being married or in a civil partnership
  • being pregnant or having a child
  • disability
  • race including colour, nationality, ethnic or national origin
  • religion, belief or lack of religion/belief
  • sex
  • sexual orientation

These are called ‘protected characteristics’.

You’re protected from discrimination in these situations:

  • at work
  • in education
  • as a consumer
  • when using public services
  • when buying or –renting property–
  • as a member or guest of a private club or association

a rough outline to appeal the bedroom tax

to

(your landlords name

i(your name and address

i have been informed of a rent increase to £    from 1st april 2013 but my tenancy started on the (date

because of what i consider to be excessive rise in rent i would like to ask

1-what alternative accomodation can you offer

2-i would like you to consider 4.3-6.3-7.6.3 and 7.6.5 of my tenancy agreemrnt

3-the size of one of my bedrooms is classed as a boxroom and not suitable as a bedroom

4-i also have an extended family who like to visit and stay with me on visits-you are removing this right

5-mine and my families human rights article 8-right to a family life i consider to be breached

6-i would also request you consider the housing act 1985 and 1996 which i feel have been ignored