Unfair Tax cuts to people who need it the most.
I have always worked full-time up until I had my son at age 32. I was made homeless when he was barely eight months old when my marriage broke down as a result of domestic abuse. We spent a year living in a women’s refuge before being allocated a three bed flat in an undesirable area.
My ex-husband changed the locks so I was unable to access any of my white goods or furniture from our previous home. The only belongings I received were the ones he chose to return to me. I had to run up debts in order to furnish our new home, which was literally an empty shell in need of total redecoration, carpets, furniture etc. He fought me for two years through the courts to gain overnight access to my son. He ended up paying the minimum of child support through the Child Support Agency.
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