“Axe the Tax” – Maltby Against the Bedroom Tax – poster

MALTBY AGAINST

THE BEDROOM TAX

“AXE THE TAX

CAN’T PAY

WON’T MOVE!”

Victims of the bedroom tax – there is help available

Maltby Against the Bedroom Tax is a community campaign group

aimed at helping those in Maltby who are affected by the bedroom tax.

For information and support on how to appeal against council

decisions, how to apply for extra payments, community help if you’re threatened with eviction, plus other support, feel free to contact our community group on 07796423725.

 Organisers of the campaign include:

Joe D Robinson (Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition)

 CAMERON WANTS YOUR HOUSE

JOIN THE FIGHT!

 “We beat the poll tax; now we can beat the bedroom tax!”

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One Response to “Axe the Tax” – Maltby Against the Bedroom Tax – poster

  1. Joe Robinson says:

    We can defeat this spiteful attack on the most vulnerable in our community! I urge anyone to get in touch, whether to get involved or receive adivice, help and suppot. These groups are being set up across the borough and the country to fightback. We intend to apply pressure on rotherham council to adopt a no eviction policy on bedroom tax arrears. This has already been done by brighton council so this is perfectly possible foe RMBC. The labour party claim to “oppose” the bedroom tax, so its about time they took some action locally to help those you need it most. We should demand this of the people we have elected, to serve us! Together we beat the poll tax, we can beats its nasty cousin! Axe the tax!

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